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As an actor, Janet made her big screen debut in 1993 with Poetic Justice, in which she starred opposite hip-hop legend Tupac Shakur and actress Regina King. Her ballad "Again" was featured in the film and received both a Golden Globe and Academy Award nomination. In the box office smash Nutty Professor II: The Klumps, Janet made her second feature film appearance as Denise Gaines, opposite Academy Award nominee Eddie Murphy. Nutty Professor II became her second film to open at number one at the box office. In her third feature film, Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?, Janet starred opposite Tyler Perry and received an Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Feature Motion Picture. The film was yet another number one opener at the box office. Janet's fourth film, Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too, will be released in 2010.
Janet is the only artist having Grammy nominations spanning the Dance, Pop, Rap, Rock, and R&B categories and to have number one hits on every chart except country. Among her many honors, she has accumulated 5 Grammys, multiple MTV Awards, Billboard Music Awards, and Soul Train Music Awards. Janet's concerts are stunning events that stimulate all the senses-- engaging mind, ears, eyes and the soul. Unbelievable choreography performed to perfection has become synonymous with Janet.
MTV presented Janet with the inaugural mtvICON Award solidifying her accomplishments and effect on pop culture. Some of the world's most recognized musical artists were enlisted to recreate the music videos and performances of her classic hits in honor of her work, influence and overall impact in the arena of music. The title of ICON was and continues to be hers.
Janet continues to focus on speaking out and giving back. Several of her tours have raised money for charities such as the Cities in Schools, and America's Promise. She has supported the Watts Willowbrook Boys & Girls Club of America, the Starlight Foundation, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, A Place Called Home providing after school programs in South Central LA, the American Foundation for AIDS Research, S.O.S. Children's Villages in South Africa, Cartier's Love Bracelet Program benefiting OCNA and sponsored an Airlift of Food and Medical supplies to famine-stricken Rwanda. Janet established the Rhythm Nation Scholarship with the UNCF and has assisted countless students striving to meet their educational goals.
She has been honored with many Humanitarian Awards due to her intense dedication to helping others. Recent honors reflecting the range of her involvement in charitable and social causes include the 2008 Humanitarian of the Year award from the Lisa Lopes Foundation, the 2008 Vanguard Award from GLAAD, and the 2004 Touching a Life Humanitarian and Philanthropic Award from the NBA. Janet's efforts have also been recognized by AIDS Project LA, the Congress for Racial Equality, and by the NAACP with their Chairman's Award. In September 2009, Janet chaired amFAR's inaugural fundraising event in Milan, Italy during Fashion Week and raised over 1.1 million dollars.
Next year, Janet will publish her first book, providing an intimate look at her life and how she has dealt with issues of self-esteem. Janet will reveal aspects not known before about her uniquely successful career in music, television and films.
Janet's next studio album is slated to be released in 2010.
ALL THE GREAT JANET SONGS. AND A FEW LESSER KNOWN THAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN TOP 10.Published 2 months ago by CHUCK LAYMON
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|Janet Jackson "I Get Lonely" feat. Blackstreet not present on Number Ones||
That's on all pressings of the album. I'm not sure why that happened though. I prefer the original, but I agree that it's false advertising. I'm glad the R. Kelly mix of Any Time, Any Place is on here too, but it's not listed either.
Dec 18, 2009 by rmcrae | See all 6 posts
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This is an awesome tracklisting! Finally, What's It Gonna Be, Scream, Diamonds, and The Best Things In Life Are Free are included on the #1's CD! Definitely getting my copy when it comes out!
Oct 13, 2009 by Lil' Radio | See all 29 posts
I hope so, but I don't know. I think it would probably take at least 3 LPs to fit all the songs though!
Also, did they release "The Velvet Rope" on vinyl? I can't find it or "janet." on vinyl anywhere and they are my favorite albums by her.
Nov 7, 2009 by iPod Fan 3 | See all 5 posts
|This is pathetic and untrue (Janet #1's)||
The collection is comprehensive of her entire career. She's had 10 #1's on the US Hot 100 Chart, 18 #1's on the Billboard Hot Dance chart and 16 #1's on the Hot R&B Chart - whereas several of those #1's from Dance and R&B were achieved in the past 5 years (Just A Little While, All Nite, Call On... Read More
Sep 20, 2009 by Truth | See all 259 posts
|How will this collection sell around the world...?||
Well look at how Madonna dresses i mean back in the day "cone bras" i mean seriously.....and Janet's CD Discipline in my opinion was way better then Madonna's Hard Candy which I heard all the songs off both CD's
Well No one knows how much the CD could sell..And with you predicting it to... Read More
Oct 21, 2009 by Hannah | See all 11 posts