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Entertainment News | Janet Jackson documentary sets premiere date, reveals trailer


Washington [US], Jan. 3 (ANI): A brief glimpse into the life and career of singer-songwriter Janet Jackson will arrive this month in documentary form.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, a premiere date for the opening act for ‘Janet,’ the pop star’s upcoming documentary, has been announced by A&E and Lifetime. Along with this, a new extended trailer has also been released.

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“It’s just something that needs to be done,” Jackson said of the project in the more than three-minute clip that made its social media debut on New Years Day.

“Janet” features exclusive stock footage, home videos, and celebrity interviews, with stars like Missy Elliott, Whoopi Goldberg, Mariah Carey and Ciara all talking about the icon in the new trailer.

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The preview featured images of Jackson as a mother and showed her recalling her childhood and early days as a performer. “There were times when I just didn’t understand where I was really fitting in,” she said.

The trailer for the documentary covering the career touched on Jackson’s personal and professional life, from his relationship with his late father Joe Jackson and brother Michael Jackson to a time his team was approached by Justin Timberlake “about doing the Super Bowl, “which Timberlake was headlining in 2018.

At the time, Jackson took to social media to silence rumors they would reunite on the show’s stage at halftime.

“They build you up, then once you’re there they’re so quick to tear you down,” his voice recounted, just before a spinoff headline aired for Jackson after their controversial 2004 Super Bowl performance. who briefly exposed her to Sein.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, directed by Ben Hirsh and co-produced by Workerbee and Associated Entertainment Corporation, the project has Janet Jackson and Randy Jackson credited as executive producers.

Rick Murray is also credited as an executive producer for Workerbee and Brie Miranda Bryant has been credited as an executive producer for A + E Networks. (ANI)

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