“Design Of A Decade” promotion (1995-1996)

September 7, 1995 : Michael & Janet attend the MTV Video Music Awards in New York City with Lisa Marie & Rene. They accept an award for “Scream”.

October 10, 1995 : “Design Of A Decade 1986-1996” is released by A&M Records as well as a VHS featuring all the videos from the “Control” & “Rhythm Nation” eras.

Janet goes to Australia to promote “Design Of A Decade”. She tapes an intervew on Rockp Pop Studio TV show.

November 1995 : Janet is on the cover of Jet & US magazines. Janet shoots a video for “Twenty Foreplay” where she plays actress Dorothy Danthridge. On the set of the video she gives interviews to BET’s Conversation With Ed Gordon and her French fan-club Black Cat.

January 1996 : Janet is on the cover of Upsale magazine.

Late January 1996 : BET airs Janet’s interview with Ed Gordon.

Michael Jackson Awards (1998-2009)

September 4, 1999 : Michael goes to Sun City with Grace, the kids and the Cascios.

Het accepts an award and presents a cheque to Nelson Mandela during the Kora All African Awards.

May 10, 2000 : Prince Albert of presents Michael with the Artist Of The Millenium Award at the very end of the World Music Awards ceremony.

November 30, 2000 : Michael attends the Angel Ball Fundraiser with Schmuley Boteach and Denise Rich in NYC. N’Sync present him an award and Michael gets to see President Clinton, Elie Wiesel and Professor Stanley Greenspan.

March 19, 2001 : N’Sync induct Michael in the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame as a solo artist during a special presentation at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York . Michael invites Frank “Tyson” Cascio and Shmuley Boteach as his guests.

September 6, 2001 : Michael makes a surprise appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards at the Metropolitan Opera House, Lincoln Center in NYC to dance with N’Sync at the end of their performance.

January 9, 2002 : Chris Tucker presents the Artist of The Century Award to Michael at the American Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

August 29, 2002 : Michael goes to New York City to appear at the MTV Video Awards Ceremony, held at Radio City Music Hall, where Britney Spears presents him a birthday cake for his 44th birthday but Michael misundetstands and gives a thanking speech for the Artist of the Millenium award.

November 21, 2002 : Michael attends the Bambi Awards with Wiesner & Bashir where Boris Becker presents him the Pop Artist Of The Millenium award. During the ceremony, the video for “What More Can I Give” is premiered.

December 9, 2002 : Live from Neverland, Chris Tucker presents Michael a special award to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Thriller during the Billboard Awards. Frank Cascio and 4 fans are present (including Joanna Thomae).

June 24, 2003 : Michael makes a surprise appearance at the BET Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood to present James Brown with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

October 27, 2003 : “What More Can I Give” is made available as a download on the Internet. In the evening, Michael premieres the video of the song during the Radio Music Awards where Beyonce also presents him with the Humanitarian Award.

April 1, 2004 : In Washington DC, Michael is presented with a special award from the African Ambassadors’ wives at the Ethiopian Embassy (Grace attends the presentation).

May 27, 2006 : Michael (accompanied by Raymone) attends the MTV Japan Awards ceremony at Yoyugi Olympic Stadium in Tokyo where he is presented with the MTV Legend Award. He meets Rihanna backstage.

November 15, 2006 : Michael attends the World Music Awards ceremony at Earl Court in London where Beyonce presents him with the Diamond Award for the Thriller sales and he performs a few lines of “We Are The World’ for the final.

January 26, 2008 : Michael accepts an award celebrating the 25th anniversary of Thriller in a pre-recorded video message aired during the NRJ Awards ceremony on French TV network TF1.

Control : singles and charts (1986-1987)

Singles from the Control album

1st single : What Have You Done For Me Lately Released January 13, 1986

Peak on Hot 100 Billboard : 4

2nd single : Nasty Released April 15, 1986

Peak on Hot 100 Billboard : 3

3rd single : When I Think Of You Released July 28, 1986

Peak on Hot 100 Billboard : 1

4th single : Control Released October 17, 1986

Peak on Hot 100 Billboard : 5

5th single : Let’s Wait Awhile Released January 6, 1987

Peak on Hot 100 Billboard : 2

6th single : The Pleasure Principle Released May 12, 1987

Peak on Hot 100 Billboard : 14

7th single : Funny How Time Flies Released November 25, 1987 (only in the UK)

Peak on Hot 100 Billboard : did not chart

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Dream Street : singles and videos (1984-1985)

Singles from the Dream Street album

1st single : Don’t Stand Another Chance Released August 13, 1984

Peak on Hot 100 Billboard : not charted

No music video

2nd single : Two to the Power of Love Released September 15, 1984

Peak on Hot 100 Billboard : not charted

No music video

3rd single : Fast Girls Released October 23, 1984

Peak on Hot 100 Billboard : not charted

No music video

4th single : Dream Street Released November 20, 1984 (only to radios)

Music video directed by : Debbie Allen

Date of shooting : spring 1985

Date of premiere : May 25, 1985 in Fame’s season 4 finale.

-Official release : never.

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Promotion (1998-2009)

TV performances, interviews, award shows, photoshoots : 1998-2009

June 25, 1999 : Michael performs the first charity concert “Michael Jackson & Friends” in Seoul which airs live on Korean TV.

June 27, 1999 : Michael performs his second “Michael Jackson & Friends” concert in Munich which airs live on German TV . During Earth Song, a technical problem occurs and the central section of The Bridge Of No Return collapses which hurts Michael’s feet and back (he’s taken to the hospital after the show).

September 4, 1999 : In Sun City, Michael accepts an award and presents a cheque to Nelson Mandela during the Kora All African Awards.

May 10, 2000 : Prince Albert of presents Michael with the Artist Of The Millenium Award at the very end of the World Music Awards ceremony.

November 30, 2000 : Michael attends the Angel Ball Fundraiser with Schmuley Boteach and Denise Rich in NYC. N’Sync present him an award and Michael gets to see President Clinton, Elie Wiesel and Professor Stanley Greenspan.

March 19, 2001 : N’Sync induct Michael in the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame as a solo artist during a special presentation at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York . Michael invites Frank “Tyson” Cascio and Shmuley Boteach as his guests.

September 6, 2001 : Michael makes a surprise appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards at the Metropolitan Opera House, Lincoln Center in NYC to dance with N’Sync at the end of their performance.

September 7 + 10 : Michael performs his new single “You Rock My World” at the end of two special concerts at the Madison Square Garden.

October 21, 2001 : Michael is in Washington DC where he participates at a TV concert for the victims of September 11. He performs “Man In The Mirror” and at the end, he sings “What More Can I Give” with all the artists of the night (including Usher & Mariah Carey).

November 13, 2001 : CBS broadcasts an edited version of Michael’s concerts at the Madison Square Garden and gets great ratings.

January 9, 2002 : Chris Tucker presents the Artist of The Century Award to Michael at the American Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

April 20, 2002 : At the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, Michael tapes a performance of “Dangerous” for Dick Clark’s 50th Anniversary of American Bandstand.

April 24, 2002 : Michael performs “Dangerous”, “Black Or White” & “Heal The World” (joined by Diana Ross!) during a fund-raiser for the Democratic National Committee’s Every Vote Counts ‘campaign held at the mythic Apollo Theatre in Harlem. It is Michael’s last live performance in front of an audience.

August 29, 2002 : Michael goes to New York City to appear at the MTV Video Awards Ceremony, held at Radio City Music Hall, where Britney Spears presents him a birthday cake for his 44th birthday but Michael misundetstands and gives a thanking speech for the Artist of the Millenium award.

November 21, 2002 : Michael attends the Bambi Awards with Wiesner & Bashir where Boris Becker presents him the Pop Artist Of The Millenium award. During the ceremony, the video for “What More Can I Give” is premiered.

December 9, 2002 : Live from Neverland, Chris Tucker presents Michael a special award to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Thriller during the Billboard Awards. Frank Cascio and 4 fans are present (including Joanna Thomae).

June 24, 2003 : Michael makes a surprise appearance at the BET Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood to present James Brown with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

October 27, 2003 : “What More Can I Give” is made available as a download on the Internet. In the evening, Michael premieres the video of the song during the Radio Music Awards where Beyonce also presents him with the Humanitarian Award.

April 1, 2004 : In Washington DC, Michael is presented with a special award from the African Ambassadors’ wives at the Ethiopian Embassy (Grace attends the presentation).

May 27, 2006 : Michael (accompanied by Raymone) attends the MTV Japan Awards ceremony at Yoyugi Olympic Stadium in Tokyo where he is presented with the MTV Legend Award. He meets Rihanna backstage.

November 15, 2006 : Michael attends the World Music Awards ceremony at Earl Court in London where Beyonce presents him with the Diamond Award for the Thriller sales and he performs a few lines of “We Are The World’ for the final.

January 26, 2008 : Michael accepts an award celebrating the 25th anniversary of Thriller in a pre-recorded video message aired during the NRJ Awards ceremony on French TV network TF1.

History : TV performances (1994-1997)

February 19, 1994 : The whole Jackson family (except LaToya) is reunited at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas to rehearse & tape The Jackson Family Honors TV Special which is broadcasted a few days later around the world. At the end Michael sings the song “If You’d Only Believe” with the whole family (except LaToya & Janet).

September 7, 1995 : Michael & Janet attend the MTV Video Music Awards in New York City with Lisa Marie & Rene . MJ opens the ceremony with a 20 minutes long medley (including “Dangerous” & “You Are Not Alone”) and accepts an award with Janet for Scream.

September 23, 1995 : Michael performs “You Are Not Alone” at the BET 15th Anniversary Special in Washington.

October 31, 1995 : Michael performs Dangerous & You Are Not Alone at the Soul Train 25th Anniversary Special.

November 4, 1995 : Michael is in Munich, Germany where he performs “Dangerous” and “Earth Song” on Wetten Dass.

February 19, 1996 : Michael performs “Earth Song” at the Brit Awards in London and he is almost interrupted by Jarvis Cocker, the leader of the British Band Pulp and he also receives the award of Artist Of A Generation presented by Bob Geldof.

May 8, 1996 : Michael attends the World Music Awards in Monaco . He performs “Earth Song” and wins 5 awards.

February 16, 1997 : Michael attends a gala to celebrate Elizabeth Taylor’s 65th birthday in Los Angeles. For the occasion he performs a song that he just recorded in Montreux called “Elizabeth I Love You” and gets a standing ovation by the galaxy of stars attending the event.

Made For Now : TV performances (2018-2019)

THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON — Episode 0916 — Pictured: Musical Guest Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee perform “Made For Now” on August 17, 2018 — (Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

May 20, 2018 : Live from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Janet performs a medley of Nasty/If/Throb with 40 dancers and then Bruno Mars presents her with the Icon Award. Katherine, Rebbie, Austin & Yashi are her guests and sit front row.

August 15, 2018 : In NYC, Janet tapes a performance of “Made For Now’ on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon”.

September 29, 2018 : Janet performs a 60 minutes concert at the Global Citizen Festival in Central Park, NYC and the performance is broadcasted live around the world on You Tube ans MSNBC. Naomi Campbell introduces her and for this special event she invites Q Tip on Got T’il It’s Gone and the dancers of the “Made For Now”.

November 4, 2018 : Live from Bilbaoin Spain, Janet performs a medley of “Made For Now”, “All For You” and “Rhythm Nation” at the MTV EMA’s and Jason Derulo presents her with the Global Icon Award.

June 29, 2019 : Janet performs a 50 minutes set at the Glastonbury Festival in England (which is streamed lived on Internet).

Number Ones : TV performances (2009-2010)

September 13, 2009 : Janet opens the MTV Video Music Awards with a special performance of Scream in tribute to Michael. Gil Duldulao & Tina Landon are among the dancers with her.

November 22, 2009 : Live from the Nokia Theatre, Janet opens the American Music Awards ceremony with a 8 minutes medley of “Control”, “What Have You Done For Me Lately”, “Miss You Much”, “If”, “Make Me” and “Together Again”.

December 6, 2009 : Janet performs “All For You” and “Make Me” on the X Factor UK’ s season finale.

Shortly after Janet closes the show at this weekend’s Jingle Bell Ball at the O2 Arena singing a medley of her hits.

May 26, 2010 :Live on FOX from the Nokia Theatre in L.A, Janet gives a surprise performance of “Nothing” and “Nasty” on the season finale of American Idol. Prior to her walking on the stage, several of the contestants perform a few lines of “Again” and Janet joins in with them before she begins singing the other songs.

July 2, 2010 : In New Orleans, Janet & the Kids perform a two hour show at the Essence Music Festival.