Janet Jackson appeared on Jay Leno’s “Tonight Show” recently and while discussing her new film, “Why Did I Get Married, Too,” the singer/actress admitted to using her brother’s death as inspiration while filming some emotional scenes. She also discussed her new book, titled “True To You,” about her history of weight loss and weight gain. […]

Not only will Janet Jackson feature on the soon-to-be-released "We Are The World" remake to benefit Haitian earthquake relief, she will be singing the same part her late brother, the King of Pop Michael Jackson, sang on the original 25 years ago.

Check out these clips of <strong>Janet Jackson's interview</strong> with <strong>ABC's Robin Roberts</strong>. The special was called <strong>"In the Spotlight."</strong><!--more-->

<strong>Janet Jackson</strong> is speaking out about her <strong>brother Michael's death</strong>, blaming <strong>Dr. Conrad Murray</strong>, whom she says should no longer be allowed to practice medicine.<!--more-->

Following her gala-launching tribute to brother <strong>Michael Jackson</strong> at the MTV Video Music Awards, <strong>Janet Jackson</strong> will lead off the Nov. 22 <strong>American Music Awards</strong> with what's billed as a "special opening performance."<!--more-->

Wondering if <strong>Jermaine Dupri</strong> and <strong>Janet Jackson</strong> are still dating? Click below to find out. <!--more-->

Janet rocks the house at Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards as she performs the brother and sister duo "Scream" as a tribute to her brother Michael. <!--more-->