The Associated Press reports The Walt Disney Co. has quietly shelved a life-size statue of Mickey Mouse inspired by singer Janet Jackson in reaction to her Super Bowl halftime breast flash. The 6-foot, 700-pound statue was one of 75 unveiled at Walt Disney World in Orlando last fall to celebrate the 75th birthday of Mickey Mouse. The statue inspired by Jackson was clad in a tight black outfit similar to one she wore in 1990 after the release of her album, ‘Rhythm Nation 1928’.
New Janet Jackson Video To Premiere Next Week
March 2, 2004 – Contributed by Kizzardkid: According to Janet-Xone.com, Janet’s new video for her new single ‘Just A Little While’, will be added to VH1 and BET for regular rotation beginning Monday (March 8). No Word on if MTV will be doing the same.
Sample Of FCC Breast Flash Complaint Letters Obtained
March 1, 2004 – With Monday marking the one-month anniversary of Janet Jackson’s Super Bowl breast flash, The Smoking Gun obtained a sampling of letters sent to the Federal Communications Commission following the controversial halftime show. While the FCC received more than 200,000 e-mails and letters about the incident, the website was only willing to fork over $249.90 for 1570 representative letters. As expected, the overwhelming majority of these missives were harshly critical of Jackson, *NSYNC star Justin Timberlake, MTV, and CBS. Check out the sample letters here.
Janet Jackson Fans Pointing Blame At JD?
March 1, 2004 – Jeannette Walls of MSNBC.com reports that some Janet fans are blaming her boyfriend and hip hop producer Jermaine Dupri for having too strong an influence over some of her recent decisions.
Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Album
February 29, 2004 – RollingStone.com is featuring the 500 Greatest Albums Of All Times. Michael Jackson’s best position was #202 for his album ‘Bad’. Madonna comes a little below in #278 with ‘The Immaculate Collection’. Lauryn Hill, Janet Jackson and Bjork are also included in the list.