1. Janet Jackson is the younger sister of Michael Janet Jackson and has had many popular songs such as "Nasty", "Rhythm Nation", and "That's The Way Love Goes.
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12. Janet Jackson made her film debut in Poetic Justice in 1993.
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13. Janet Jackson started acting at a very young age, with her brothers on their variety show in the 70s and landed other television roles throughout the 1970s and early 1980s, including Good Times and Fame.
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15. Janet Jackson signed the first of two record-breaking multimillion-dollar contracts with Virgin Records in 1991, this established her as one of the highest-paid artists in the industry.
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16. Janet Jackson is the only Jackson child to step out from her older brother, Michael Jackson's shadow.
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17. Janet Jackson performed at the MGM Casino on the Las Vegas strip at the age of 7.
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18. Janet Jackson was born on May 16th, 1966 in Gary, Indiana to Katherine Esther and Joe Jackson.
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19. On January 3, 2017, Janet Jackson welcomed a son with her Qatari husband.
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21. Janet Jackson was twice the highest paid recording artist in history, thanks to her two contracts with Virgin Records.
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24. Janet Jackson began performing when she was a child and opened for the Jackson 5 in Las Vegas.
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28. In 1993, Janet Jackson made her film debut in "Poetic Justice.
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29. Janet Jackson got her first starring role as Penny Gordon Woods on the sitcom "Good Times".
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31. Janet Jackson took the idea from a Helmut Newton photograph of actress Elizabeth Taylor submerged in a swimming pool, which she found "dramatic".
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33. Janet Jackson signed a $32 million contract with Virgin Records in 1991.
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39. In 1993 Janet Jackson was on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.
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45. Janet Jackson stepped out from the shadow of her famous musical brothers, including superstar Michael Jackson, with the release of her 1986 album, Control.
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50. Janet Jackson renewed her contract with Virgin Records in 1996 in a four-album, $80 million deal.
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52. In 1991 Janet Jackson signed a huge recording contract with Virgin Records.
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71. In 2010, Janet Jackson met Qatari businessman Wissam Al Mana and began dating him shortly after that.
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77. The next day, Janet Jackson released the single "Made for Now", a collaboration with Daddy Yankee.
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81. On June 15, 2015, Janet Jackson announced the first set of dates for the North American leg of her Unbreakable World Tour.
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89. Janet Jackson signed with Island Records after her contract with Virgin was fulfilled.
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91. Janet Jackson collaborated with reggae artist Beenie Man for the song "Feel It Boy", produced by the Neptunes.
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92. In July 2001, Janet Jackson embarked on the All for You Tour, which was broadcast on a concert special for HBO watched by twelve million viewers.
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93. At the 1999 World Music Awards, Janet Jackson received the Legend Award for "outstanding contribution to the pop industry".
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98. In July 1993, Janet Jackson made her film debut in Poetic Justice.
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100. Janet Jackson was born on May 16, 1966 in Gary, Indiana, the youngest of ten children, to Katherine Esther and Joseph Walter Jackson.
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101. In 1991 Janet Jackson signed the first of two record-breaking multimillion-dollar contracts with Virgin Records, establishing her as one of the highest-paid artists in the industry.
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