Janet Jackson Doesn’t Mind Being Called Gay

US Weekly quotes admitting recently, “I don’t mind people thinking I’m gay or calling me gay. People are going to believe whatever they want. Yes. I hang out at gay clubs, but other clubs too. I go where the music is good.”

Janet’s Secret To Staying Thin Isn’t Easy

October 31, 2001 – Radio 1 reports Janet Jackson has revealed how she’s managed to stay so fit but the results are tradeoff to grueling work. Janet says, “Preparing for a tour, it’s like two and a half hours of working out. Tony the trainer likes to mix it up so we’ll box, we’ll run three miles, sometimes we’ll do the stairs, we’ll lift for an hour and a half. And then there’s also dancing for five or six hours after that. Then nutrition is just as important.”

Janet Jackson Literally Cracks Herself Up

October 26, 2001 – Greg Kot of The Orlando Sentinel talked to Janet ahead of her show at Orlando’s Ice Palace tonight where she admitted her habit of being her own chiropractor, “When I was little, my sister LaToya used to crack my knuckles. Then she started cracking all kinds of things all over her body, and I’d watch. Pretty soon I was cracking stuff, too. So I’ve been doing this for a long time.”

Janet Jackson Does Twice PPD Philly Show

October 25, 2001 – The Inquirer’s Jonathan Valania was on hand at Tuesday’s sold-out concert Janet concert at Philadelphia’s First Union Center and said of her performance, “Divas are creatures of spectacle, and Jackson knows how to dazzle.” While admitting her vocals were “studio perfect”, Valania wondered if she was singing live.

Janet Shopping Her Bio

October 18, 2001 – The New York Post’s Liz Smith reports Janet Jackson is shopping her bio to the highest bidding publisher. So far, Janet’s been offered over $1 million for the book, but she insists on more believing the tale of her dysfunctional and eccentric family is a story with big bucks.

Janet Performs Rescheduled Show

October 17, 2001 – Gemma Tarlach of the Journal Sentinel checked out Janet Jackson’s concert Tuesday at the Bradley Center before a crowd of around 12.000. Tarlach says “Tuesday’s show was, like Jackson herself, a non-stop whirl of musical and visual treats.” Her full review at jsonline.com has since been removed.

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