Watch Janet perform at MTV EMAs

Janet performed at the MTV European Music Awards tonight in Bilbao.

Performing a medley of songs, she also sang some of her song Made For Now in Spanish.

She also mixed the song with the breakdown from All For You and a rather funky Rhythm Nation remix.

Janet then went on to accept her Global Icon award in which she used her speak to talk about equality and the fight for justice and women.

“Tonight I feel moved to speak for women whose voices have been stifled,” she said. “I am one of those women. Women who have been gagged, both literally and emotionally. Women who have been abused, women who have been intimidated, women who have lived in fear, I stand with you. You are my sisters.”

“Tonight I carry the hope that a new world is emerging. A world in which caring people – male as well as female – will no longer tolerate gender inequality.”

Janet Jackson at MTV EMAs 2018 in Bilbao

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Janet calls KIIS FM; talks about MTV show and tour setlist

Janet called Ryan Seacrest‘s KISS FM breakfast show this morning to promote her upcoming Rock Witchu tour. Janet admitted that her current tour setlist features 45 songs, but that it will need cutting down. She also spoke of her upcoming MTV show which will be titled Triple Threat.

Listen to the interview now at


Casting information for Janet’s new TV show

Fans wanting to take part in Janet’s upcoming reality show can do so at open calls in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta and Chicago. Those who want a chance to become Janet’s ‘prodigy’ may also send in their audition tapes. More information can be read below or at

Attention dancers and singers. The unprecedented opportunity has risen for raw prodigy talent who embody the true definition of an undiscovered star.

One of the world’s most beloved icons is offering the chance of a lifetime to one rising talent to become her protégé launching the next legendary career in singing and dancing.

Her name is Janet Jackson!

She’s taking one winner from the streets to the stage.

Janet Jackson and famed choreographer, Gil Duldulao, in association 25/7 productions and Wright Crear Management will be kicking off the search for talented performers with raw talent.

The competition reality series is open to Males and Females at least 16 years old , who appear to be between 16 and 22 and who exhibit superior talent in combined singing and dancing. Those who are eligible are encouraged to apply and attend the nearest open call, taking place in Chicago, New York, Atlanta and Los Angeles.

You might be the best on your block, but can you represent on the world’s stage?

Can you become Janet Jackson’s prodigy?

There are 2 ways to apply:
1. Attend an OPEN CALL in a city near you! Fill out the short contact form below to join our email list, and you will receive the most up-to-date information regarding open call cities, venues, dates and other important updates.
2. If you absolutely cannot make it to the nearest open call, you may submit a VIDEO TAPE SUBMISSION. Just click on the VIDEO TAPE SUBMISSION button on

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Janet to produce reality TV show for MTV

According to, Janet will produce a new show for MTV. The currently untitled projcet is expected to see Janet mentor a group of aspiring dancers and singers. Despite the news, the article from Variety appears poorly written and seems to be unfinished.

Janet Jackson is getting into the reality TV business, developing a music competition with 25/7 Prods. for MTV.

Untitled project, which has already started casting, will feature Jackson as she mentors a group of aspiring singers and dancers. Project will be shot in the coming months as Jackson prepares for her world tour, which launches on Sept. 10.

“It’s really about finding who’s the next Janet Jackson or Justin Timberlake or Usher,” said exec producer Dave Broome. “And we’ll find it from a pool of people who you wouldn’t typically find it from. We’ll go to YMCAs, church groups, local community centers and try to cast the show.”

Show will also take place in various street locales, rather than on a studio soundstage. Producers are still ironing out the prize – but it could potentially relate to Jackson’s tour.

Deal also reps the latest chapter in the recent turbulent relationship between the channel and Jackson. MTV produced the infamous Super Bowl halftime show that featured Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction.” After that, fans accused MTV of blackballing the singer from the channel.

But Jackson has been seen more often on MTV lately, having appeared on TRL to promote her latest CD in February. She also starred in a series of shorts spoofing MTV series like “The Real World” as part of MTV’s “52 Artists/52 Weeks Total MTV Takeover.”

Broome’s credits include “The Biggest Loser,” “The Radio Music Awards” and NBC’s Tsunami benefit.

Gil Duldulao and Jackson are behind the show’s concept; Jackson, Duldulao, Broome, Kenneth Crear and Johnny Wright are all exec producers.

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Photos and video of Janet on TRL

Photos and video from Janet’s recent appearance on MTV’s TRL can be seen below:

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Watch Janet perform Feedback on TRL

Earlier today Janet performed Feedback on MTV’s Total Request Live. Check out the performance below, or if that link doesn’t work U.S. visitors can watch the performance on