HomeFormer costume designer Janet Jackson says she doesn’t want any part of the Hulu documentary

Former costume designer Janet Jackson says she doesn’t want any part of the Hulu documentary

Janet Jackson at the Recording Academy and Clive Davis pre-Game party in Beverly Hills, California on January 25, 2020.
Janet Jackson at the Recording Academy and Clive Davis pre-Game party in Beverly Hills, California on January 25, 2020.
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It seems that documentaries and compelling documentaries are still the name of the game for many streaming shows such as Netflix and Hulu.

In this spirit, the last broadcaster, which already has a large number of titles, recently added another program for its viewers entitled Malfunction: The dressing of Janet Jackson.

As you can imagine from the title, this documentary is very much about the 2004 Super Bowl Halftime performance featuring Justin Timberlake and Jackson, with one of her breasts being shown on national television. What followed was a barrage of unfair defamation of Jackson on behalf of the media and others.

While the documentary highlights this fact and the role Timberlake played, according to former Janet Jackson designer Wayne Scott Lucas, who helped create a costume for the performance, it’s a piece of media that “Jackson herself didn’t want any part of.”

“She wants this documentary to go away. She didn’t ask for the ‘Free Janet’ documentary. She’s not interested,” Lucas Explanation for page six. She asked us not to do that. She wants to tell her own story.” (As she should!)

Fortunately for true fans and followers of Jackson, artists who have won multiple Grammy Awards will She tells her story in her own words in an upcoming documentary in partnership with Lifetime and A&E, aptly titled Jeanette.

as I mentioned before root According to a press release, the two-night, four-hour documentary event will include “unprecedented access to the global icon” and an “intimate, honest, and unfiltered look at her untold story.”

For a full summary:

The producers of Workerbee have been shooting the stunning documentary for over three years and have been given exclusive access to archival footage and home videos that Janet has never seen before, along with star-studded interviews. This will be the final story for Janet Jackson. One of the best-selling and highest-grossing artists in music history, Janet has enjoyed massive levels of success, witnessed incredible tragedy, and endured a turbulent private life in the face of extraordinary public scrutiny. With not leaving a stone without his heart, Jeanette She lifts the lid on her private life for the first time and reveals some of the most intimate moments ever captured on camera.

Make sure your DVR is set to Jeanette When it premiered on Lifetime and A&E in January 2022.

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