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Discipline : TV performances (2008)

Singer Janet Jackson performs on ABC’s “Good Morning America” at the Nokia Theatre in New York City on February 26, 2008. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/FilmMagic)

February 26, 2008 : Live from New York City, Janet performs “Feedback”, “That’s The Way Love Goes” & “Rock With U” on Good Morning America. Later she performs “Feedback” live on 1515 Broadway.

February 28, 2008 :  In L.A, Janet tapes a performance of “Feedback” & “That’s The Way Love Goes”on the Ellen Degeneres show (aired the day after).

May 8, 2008 : Janet performs “Rhythm Nation” & “Luv” at the United America Concert in San Diego for 50,000 Marines, sailors and their families.

May 15, 2008 : Janet tapes a performance of “Rhythm Nation” & “Luv” for the Ellen DeGeneres show.

20 YO : TV performances (2006-2007)

September 7, 2006 : Janet performs “Nasty” & “So Exited” with the Kids during the taping of the Oprah Winfrey Show in Chicago and she gives an interview (joined by JD).

September 9, 2006 : In Lille, France, Janet & the Kids perform “Nasty” & “So Exited” during NRJ’s Back To School free concert (later aired on French TV).

September 29, 2006 : Live from New York City, Janet is the special guest of NBC’s Today Show where she performs 3 songs live with the Kids : “Nasty”, “Call On Me” (featuring Nelly) & “So Excited”.

October 22, 2006 : In Tokyo, Japan, Janet tapes performances of “So Excited” with the Kids.

November 1, 2006 : Janet tapes a perfomance of “Nasty” & “So Excited” for the Ellen DeGeneres Show in Burbank, California.

December 2, 2006 : Janet  & the Kids tape a performance of “Nasty” & “Let’s Wait Awhile” at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas that will be put on stream on the American Express Website.

December 4, 2006 : Janet attends the Billboard Awards with JD and live on Fox TV from the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in  Las Vegas, she & the Kids open the ceremony with a medley performance of “The Pleasure Principle” & “So Excited”.

May 11, 2007 : Janet,Rebbie, LaToya and Katherine attend the grand opening of The Cove Atlantis on Paradise Island. Janet performs “Rhythm Nation”, “What Have You Done For Me Lately”, “Nasty”, “That’s The Way Love Goes” & “All for You” and the show closed-s with a never-before-seen fireworks display by Grucci that lit up the 171 acre reso night.

Damita Jo : TV performances (2004)

February 1, 2004 : Janet performs “All For You” & “Rhythm Nation” during the Superbowl Halftime Show and then Justin Timberlake appears on the stage to perform “Rock Your Body” with Janet. Following the line, “better have you naked by the end of this song,” Justin ripps off the fabric that was covering Janet’s right breast.

March 10, 2004 : In Paris, Janet & the Kids tape performances of “Just A Little While” on French TV Shows Vivement Dimanche, Le Grand Classement & Hit Machine.

March 11, 2004 : In London, Janet tapes a performance of  “Just A Little While” at Top Of The Pops Saturday.

March 12, 2004 : In London, Janet tapes another performance of  “Just A Little While” at Top Of The Pops.

March 31, 2004 : Early in the morning and live from the Battery Park in Manhattan, Janet performs “All Nite” & “I Want You” on Good Morning America and she gives a short interview to Diane Sawyer.

April 2, 2004 : Live from Hollywood, Janet performs “All Nite” & “I Want You” on the Ryan Seacrest Show and she cries when Ryan reunites her with her childhood best friend Kendal Seidel.

April 10, 2004 : Live from New York, Janet is the star of Saturday Night Live on NBC. Aside from the many sketches, she performs “All Nite” & “Strawberry Bounce”.

April 21, 2004 : Janet tapes an interview on the Ellen DeGeneres Show and with the help of Gil teaches Ellen the choreography for “All Nite”.

April 29, 2004 : Janet peforms “All Nite” on Tonight With Jay Leno and she kisses him on the mouth.

May 4, 2004 : In Toronto, Janet tapes a performance of “All Nite” & “I Want You” on Much Music TV show and “Just A Little While” on Much Demand.

May 5, 2004 : Janet performs “All Nite” & “I Want You” on AM and then she flies to NYC to tape an interview on Late Night With Conan O Brian.

May 14, 2004 : Janet tapes a performance of “All For You”, “Just A Little While”, “All Nite” & “I Want You” in Seattle for a MSN exclusive.

May 15, 2004 : Janet performs “All Nite” & “All For You” at the Wango Tango Festival in Pasadena.

May 23, 2004 : In Tokyo, Janet performs “Just A Little While” at Hey Hey Hey Show. Later she performs “All Nite” at the MTV Japon Awards and is presented with the Inspiration Award.

May 29, 2004 : Janet performs “All Nite” at the Festivalbar in Milano.

June 2, 2004 : In Germany, Janet performs “All Nite” at the MChart and is a guest on Anke Late Night.

June 3, 2004 : In Paris, Janet tapes two performances of “All Nite” on 20H10 Pétantes & Hit Machine.

June 4 : In London, Janet tapes a performance of “All Nite” on Top Of The Pops.

June 9, 2004 : Janet performs “All Nite” on a TV show in Copenhagen.

June 10, 2004 : Janet performs “All Nite” on a TV show in Madrid.

June 18, 2004 : Janet performs “All Nite” at a charity festival in Los Angeles.

June 27, 2004 : Janet gives a surprise performance at the annual Dance on the Pier, one of the several parties held during NYC’s Gay & Lesbian Pride Week. She performs “All Nite” & “Together Again”.

June 29, 2004 : Back in L.A, Janet & JD attend the BET Awards where Janet performs a medley of “All Nite/R&B Junkie” (with Elephant Man).

All For You : TV performances (2000-2002)

August 1, 2000 : Janet tapes a performance of “Doesn’t Really Matter” in a Los Angeles studio for British Show Top Of The Pops.

September 7, 2000 : Janet opens the MTV Video Music Awards ceremony with a performance of “Doesn’t Really Matter” at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

March 10, 2001 : Janet is the first artist to be honored with the MTV Icon Award during a TV Special on MTV. Janet attends the show taping in L.A along with Terry Lewis, Jimmy Jam, Katherine & Joe, Missy Elliot, Britney Spears and many others at Sony Studios in Culver City, California. Several artist pay tribute to Janet with speeches by Stevie Wonder, Aaliya and performaces by Macy Gray, The Destiny’s Child, Usher, Pink, Mya & Nsync. At the end, Jermaine, Jackie, Marlin & Tito go on stage to congratulate Janet and Michael appears via a prepped video. Janet & The Kids perform All For You for the first time.

March 15, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” at the Echo Awards in Berlin, Germany.

March 17, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on Wetten Dass in Munich, Germany.

March 19, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on Late Night With Luuk in Stockholm.

March 28, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on French TV show “Graines De Star” in Paris.

March 29, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on Top Of The Pops in London.

March 31, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on CD:UK in London.

April 2, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on French TV show Tapis Rouge in Paris.

April 4, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on French TV show Hit Machine in Paris.

April 7, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” at the TMF Awards in Rotterdam.

February 16 : 72nd and last concert of the All For You Tour in Hawaii with a surprise appearance by Missy Elliot during the song “Son Of A Gun”. The concerts airs the day after on HBO.

The Velvet Rope : Promotion (1997-1999)

August 20, 1997 :  Janet graces the cover of Jet magazine.

The single “Got Til It’s Gone” is released to radios.

September 3, 1997 : Janet & Rene attend a listening party of the “Velvet Rope” album in NYC with many celebrities in attendance including Naomi Campbell & Lisa Marie Presley (who makes a cameo on one of the interludes).

September 4, 1997 : The video for “Got Til It’s Gone” is premiered on MTV. Janet & Rene attend the 4th Annual MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York City where Janet presents an award to Mark Romanek.

September 5, 1997 : Janet attends the Third Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica where Maya Angelou presents her with the Lena Horne Awards during the Soul Train Lady Of Soul Awards (with Katherine, Rene & Jimmy Jan in the audience) in Santa Monica.

September 9, 1997 : Janet & Rene attend a “Velvet Rope” Listening Party at Sony Pictures Studio in Culver City with Katherine & the 3T among others.

September 17, 1997 : Janet unveils her wax statue at the Rock Circus in London and later she tapes two performances of her new single “Got til’ It’s Gone” on Top Of The Pops.

September 19, 1997 : Janet, Rene & the Kids attend a Velvet Rope Listening Party in London.

September 24, 1997 : In Paris Janet & the Kids perform “Got Til’ It’s Gone” at Graines de Star TV show on M6.

September 25, 1997 : Janet is a guest on french TV show Nulles Part Ailleurs on Canal + but she doesn’t perform.

October 1, 1997 : Janet gives an interview to French radio NRJ. At night, she attends a Velvet Rope Listening Party at the Budha Bar in Paris with Rene & the Kids.

October 6, 1997 : The “Velvet Rope” album is released in Europe. Janet gives an interview to Bill Bellamy live from Times Square on MTV Live.

October 7, 1997 : The “Velvet Rope” album is released in the US. Janet makes a CD signing session at the Virgin Megastore on Times Square.

Early November 1997 : Janet goes to Chicago with Rene & the Kids to tape an interview on the Oprah Winfrey Show. She also performs “Got Til It’s Gone” & “Together Again”.

November 8 : Janet performs “Got Til It’s Gone” on Hey Hey It’s Saturday TV Show in Melbourne, Australia.

November 16 : Janet performs “Got Til It’s Gone” on HEY! HEY! HEY! MUSIC CHAMP in Tokyo, Japan.

November 19 : The Oprah Winfrey Show episode with Janet airs on TV.

Late November/Early December 1997: “Together Again” is released as the 2n single from “The Velvet Rope”. It peaks at #1 on Hot 100 Billboard. Janet, Rene & the Kids go back to Europe to promote the single :

-Paris (France) : Janet performs Got Til It’s Gone on Les Années Tubes (TF1) which airs on November 25. She also performs Got Til It’s Gone and Together Again on Hit Machine which airs on M6 on December 14 and another performance of Together Again which airs on M6 on December 31.

-Hilversum (Netherlands) : Janet performs Together Again on TROS TV Show which airs on November 27.

-Rome (Italy)  : Janet performs Together Again on Fantastico 8 which airs on November 29.

-London (England) : Janet performs Together Again on Smash Hits Poll Winners Party 1997 which airs on November 30.

-Madrid (Spain) : Janet performs Together Again on Sorpresa, ¡Sorpresa! which airs on December 11. She also performs Got Til It’s Gone and Together Again on Música sí which airs on December 12 and another performance of Together Again which airs on Turrón y… cuenta nueva on December 31.

-Berlin (Germany) : Janet performs Together Again on Nur Die Liebe Zählt which airs on December 13.

-Maimarkthalle, Mannheim (Germany) : Janet performs Together Again on Wetten, dass..? which airs on December 13.

December 1997 : Janet is on the cover of Ebony magazine with new pictures and a new interview where she reveals that she recently reconnected with LaToya.

January 26, 1998 :  Janet opens the American Music Awards ceremony with an amazing performance of “Together Again” in a R&B version.

February 26, 1998 : Janet tapes a piano/vocal performance of “I Get Lonely” on the Rosie O Donnell Show and Rosie presents her with the Grammy Award she won the night before.

February 27, 1998 : Janet performs “I Get Lonely” at the Soul Train Awards.

March 10, 1998 : In NYC, Janet gives an interview on CNN’s Larry King Live. At night she & Rene attend the Blockbuster Awards in L.A where Janet is presented with an award.

April 4, 1998 : Janet performs I Get Lonely at the TMF Awards in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

June 15, 1998 : “Go Deep” is released as the 4th single from “The Velvet Rope”. While in Paris, Janet gives a radio interview to NRJ (she is a bit sick after cancelling last night concert in Germany but the radio host comes to her hotel).

July 7, 1998 : Janet & Collin Powell from ‘s Promise meet youth in a school.

July 9, 1998 : Janet gives an interview to Good Morning America. At night, she kicks off the north american leg of the Velvet Rope Tour at the United States MCI Center in Washington, D.C.

July 21, 1998 : Janet is a guest on Late Night With David Letterman in New York City.

October, 1998 : Janet is on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

October 9, 1998 : Janet makes a surprise appearance on the Rosie O Donnell Show in NYC to promote her upcoming HBO Special.

October 11, 1998 : Janet performs a concert at the Madison Square Garden live on HBO around the world. Q-Tips does his rap on Got Til It’s Gone and backstage Janet meets Usher, Missy Elliot & Busta Rhymes among others.

October 23, 1998 : Janet performs “What About” with Tina & Shawnette at the 4th annual VH1 Fashion Awards at the Theatre in Madison Square Garden, New York.

January 11, 1999 : Janet accepts an American Music Awards via satellite live from Tokyo.

March 9, 1999 : “What’s it Gonna Be” is released as a single. Janet is on the cover of Ebony magazine.

March 21, 1999 : Janet attends the 71st Annual Academy Awards – Elton John AIDS Foundation Party at Pagani’s in Los Angeles with Shawnette & Lisa Marie Presley. She also spends time with Whitney Houston.

May 5, 1999 :  Janet goes to Monaco with Shawnette where she is presented with a Lifetime Achievment Award by Prince Albert at the World Music Awards.

May 17, 1999 : In LA Janet attends the ASCAP Awards where she is presented with an award and presents another to Joni Mitchell.

May 27, 1999 : Janet attends the Commitment to Life XI Gala to Benefit AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) at Universal Amphitheatre in Universal City where she is presented with an Award for her fight against Aids.

June 16, 1999 :  Janet & Swawnette attend the premiere of “The Ideal Husband” at the Paris Theatre in New York City.

June 23 , 1999 :  Janet & Shawnette attend a party hosted by Allure Magazine at Bottino in NYC.

August 18, 1999 : Janet attends the Source Hip-Hop Music Awards at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood Busta Rhymes and her are presented with the Award For Best Video for “What’s It Gonna Be”.

September 9, 1999 : Janet attends the 16th Annual MTV Video Music Awards at the Metropolitan Opera House, Lincoln Center in New York City. Video Music Awards. She walks the red carper with Q-Tip and later she presents an award to Ricky Martin & Tina Landon.

Janet era : Promotion (1992-1995)

January 11, 1992 : Janet is presented with the Chairman’s Award at 24th Annual NAACP Image Awards at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles.

March 10, 1992 :  Janet is presented with the Sammy Davis Jr Heritage Award during the Sixth Annual Soul Train Music Awards at Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

February 24, 1993 : Janet presents Michael with the Grammy Legend Award during the Grammy Awards live on TV.

March 10, 1993 :  Janet attends the unveiling of Terry Lewis & Jimmy Jam’ star on the Hollywwood Walk Of Fame with Quincy Jones and Earvin “Magic” Johnson.

April 1993 : “That’s The Way Love Goes” is released as the 1st single released from “Janet”. It peaks at #1 on Hot 100 Billboard. Janet goes to Europe with Rene & the Kids to promote the album and perform the song in many TV shows including :

-Paris (France) : Les Années Tubes (aired on April 19), M6 Studios (aired on April 20), Studios des Buttes-Chaumont on Sacrée Soirée (aired on April 22).

-Olympiahalle, Innsbruck (Austria) : Wetten, dass..? aus Innsbruck aired on April 17.

-London (England) : Top Of The Pops aired on April 24.

May 1993 :  Janet is on the cover of Essence & Glamour magazines.

June 9, 1993 : Janet and director John Singleton attend the Liberty Hill Foundation’s 11th Annual Upton Sinclair Awards in Beverly Hills, California.

July 21, 1993 : In Hollywood , Janet attends the premiere of “Poetic Justice” with Rene, John Singleton & Tupac.

August 1993 : Janet is on the cover of US magazine, Young & Modern magazine & Jet (with Tupac). Janet makes a photoshoot with by George Holz for US Weekly in Los Angeles.

September 1993 : Janet is on the cover of Rolling Stone & Ebony magazines.

September 2, 1993 : Janet performs “That’s The Way Love Goes” & “If” at the MTV Video Music Awards life from the Gibson Amphitheater in L.A.

November 24, 1993 : Janet kicks off the “Janet World Tour” at the Riverfront Coliseum in Cincinnati, Ohio. Early in her performance she asks her audience to bow their heads and say a silent prayer “for my brother Michael”. MTV interviews Janet and her team of dancers and musicians before the opening night of the tour. The interview airs a few days later along with the full performances of “If” and “Rhythm Nation”.

November 29, 1993 : Janet is on the cover of Jet magazine.

January 22, 1994 : Janet & Rene attend the 51st Annual Golden Globe Awards at Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills where “Again” is nominated for Best Song For A film.

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. Janet performs “Alright”.

March 8, 1994 : Janet & Rene attend the 66th Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon at Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.

March 21, 1994 : Janet & Rene attend the 66th Annual Academy Awards at Dorothy Chandler Pavillion in Los Angeles, where  “Again” is nominated for Best Song For A Film. Janet performs the song live but she does not win.

April 7, 1994 : Janet attends the Party for Janet Jackson’s Sold-Out Concert Tour and Plaque Presentation for 10 Million Copies of “Janet” Album at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California.

May 14, 1994 :  Janet performs “Throb” & “Anytime Anyplace” during the season finale of Saturday Night Live.

June 4, 1994 : Janet accepts two MTV Movie Awards for her part in “Poetic Justice” live from the Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California.

August 1, 1994 : Janet is on the cover of Jet magazine.

September 8, 1994 : Janet attends the MTV Video Music Awards Ceremony at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City where she accepts an award for “If”.

October 8, 1994 : Michael & Lisa attend an Elvis Presley tribute gala in Memphis with Janet & Rene and Lisa’s mother Priscillia Presley.

November 1, 1994 : Janet attends her makeup artist Kevyn Aucoin’s benefit toasting his new book “THE ART OF MAKEUP”.

January 16, 1995 : Janet is honored by the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Award, during its CORE  ‘Living The Dream’ Ambassadorial Reception Awards Dinner at the Sheraton Hotel in New York City.

Janet is on the cover of Ebony Magazine

March 16, 1995 : Janet performs “Whoops Now” on Wetten Dass in Germany (aired on March 18).

March 24, 1995 : Janet performs “Whoops Now” at Théâtre de l’Empire in Paris, France for French TV Show on TF1.

April 1995 : While in London, Janet performs “Whoops Now” on Top Of The Pops.

While in Paris Janet is a guest on French Tv show “Nulles Part Ailleurs”.

May 12, 1995 : Janet & Rene attend the Eighth Annual Essence Awards at Paramount Theatre, Madison Square Garden in New York City where Janet is presented with an award.

Dangerous : TV performances (1991-1993)

November 15/16, 1991 : Michael performs “Black Or White” & “Will You Be There” at the taping of the MTV’s 10th Anniversary Special to be aired on November 27th.

October 1, 1992 : Michael’s concert in Bucharest is broadcasted live to 61 countries across the world.

January 16, 1993 : Michael attends the NAACP Image Awards with Katherine in Pasadena, California.
He is presented with the Best Video Of The Year Award for “Black Or White” and the Entertainer Of The Year Award. Patti Labelle sings “Will You Be There” with Michael joining for the last verse.

January 18, 1993 : Michael attends the Pre-Inaugural Celebration for Bill Clinton and joins other celebrities (including Diana Ross & Stevie Wonder) on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to sing “We Are The World”.

January 19, 1993 : Michael sings “Gone Too Soon” & “Heal The World” at the 52nd Presidential Inaugural Gala.

January 25, 1993 : Michael opens the American Music Awards ceremony held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles with a performance of “Dangerous”. He also receives three awards including the first ever International Artist Award presented by Elizabeth Taylor & Eddie Murphy.

January 31, 1993 : Michael performs a medley of “Jam”, “Bilie Jean”, “Black Or White” and “Heal The World” at the Superbowl Halftime Show in the Rose Bowl Stadium, Pasadena (California) before an audience of 100 000 in the stadium and 133 millions on TV.

February 10, 1993 : “Michael Jackson Talks…to Oprah” is aired live from Neverland Valley Ranch all around the world attracting around 100 million viewers. During the interview, Michael reveals that he suffers from a skin disorder that destroys the pigmentation of his skin. He also shows his ranch to the world, premieres the video of “Give In To Me” and improvises a beat box on “Who Is It” after doing the Moonwalk. Elizabeth Taylor makes a surprise appearance to support him. Karen Faye & Debbie Rowe are also present.

March 9 : Michael attends the Soul Train Awards with Bill Bray where he wins two awards + the Humanitarian Award Of The Year presented by Eddie Murphy. He also perfoms “Remember The Time” seated in a gold chair because he twisted his ankle the night before.

Rhythm Nation 1814 : Promotion (1989-1991)

September 19, 1989, : The album “Rhythm Nation 1814” is released by A&M Records.

The “Rhythm Nation 1814” short film is world premiered on MTV.

Janet gives a press conference to announce the album & the short film.

October 24, 1989 : Janet is on the cover of Jet magazine.

November 1989 : Janet, Rene & the Kids (the dancers) go on a promotional tour in Europe.

-London (England) : They perform “Rhythm Nation” and “Miss You Much” on Top Of The Pops (aired on November 9) and Miss You Much & Rhythm Nation on TV PLUS, The Royal Variety Performance (aired on November 20) & Big England Cafe (aired on November 19).

-Paris (France) : They perform “Miss You Much”  at Studios des Buttes-Chaumont on Sacrée Soirée TV show on TF1 (aired on November 22).

-Berlin (Germany) : They perform “Miss You Much” on ZDF and “Rhythm Nation”  on TV Puls (aired on November 16).

-Madrid (Spain) : They perform “Miss You Much” & “Rhythm Nation” at TVE Studios and “Rhythm Nation” at Rockopop.

-Westfalenhalle, Dortmund (Germany) : They perform “Miss You Much” & “Rhythm Nation” at Peter’s Pop Show (aired on November 17).

-Merksem, Antwerp (Belgium) : They perform “Miss You Much” & “Rhythm Nation” at the Diamond Awards (aired on November 17).

December 8, 1989 : Janet attends the presentation of platinum records for her album “Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814” and two singles “Miss You Much” and “Rhythm Nation” at A&M Records in Hollywood, California

January, 1990 : While rehearsing for her first tour in a studio of Los Angeles , Janet gets a surprise visit from comedian Arsenio Hall who is recording his TV Show in another studio and she accepts to do the Miss You Much chair routine for his audience!

January 22, 1990 : Janet attends the American Music Awards where she performs “Escapade” and wins 2 awards.

February 21, 1990 : Janet wins her first Grammy Award but does not attend the ceremony because she is rehearsing for her tour in Pensacola.

March, 1990 : Janet is on the cover of Rolling Stone, Ebony , Jet & Essence magazines.

Janet meets President George Bush.

March 14, 1990 : Janet wins 3 Soul Train Music Awards but does not attend the ceremony held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles because she is on tour in NYC.

April 20, 1990 : Janet attends the unveiling of her Star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame with Rene, Katherine, Joe & Rebbie among others.

September 6, 1990 : Janet is presented the Video Vanguard Award for her contributions and influence within music and popular culture. She also performs “Black Cat”.

November 26, 1990 : Janet  attends the Billboard Awards ceremony at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California. She wins an unprecedented 9 awards!

December 9, 1990 : Janet attends the NAACP Image Awards where she wins an award and presents one to Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis.

January 28, 1991 : Janet wins three American Music Awards but she does not attend the ceremony.

March 16 1991, :  Janet is presented with the Humanitarian Of The Year Award by the Starlight Foundation at the 20/20 Club in Beverly Hills, California

Dream Street Promotion (1984-1985)

January 11, 1984 : At the first annual Black Gold Awards, produced by Dick Clark, Michael wins four awards (but does not attend). Janet is presented with the hottest female newcomer of the year award at the Black Gold Awards in Los Angeles (with a video congratulations from Michael).

January 16, 1984 : Michael, Janet & LaToya attend the American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles with Brooke Schields and Emmanuel Lewis.

February 7, 1984 : Michael goes to the New York Metropolitan Museum of Natural History to receive awards from CBS & The Guineess Book Of World Records to celebrates Thriller as the largest-selling album of all time (25 millions at the time) Among the many guest are Michael’s date for the evening Brooke Schields, & the whole Jackson family (including LaToya, Rebbie & Janet).

February 26, 1984 : Katherine, LaToya, Janet & Michael attend the premiere of Pepsi’s Jacksons commercial at a black-tie event for 1000 bottlers at New York City ’s Lincoln Center .

Janet appears in Diff’rent Strokes episode titled “The Wedding Part 2”.

February 28, 1984 : In the company of Brooke Schields & Emmanuel Lewis, Michael attends the Grammy Awards ceremony broadcast live from the Shrine Auditorium of Los Angeles.

He wins an unprecedented 8 awards. On stage he shares his triumph with producer Quincy Jones and even invites his sisters Janet, LaToya & Rebbie to joins him.

May 28, 1984 : Janet & LaToya appear on the cover of Jet magazine.

July, 1984 : Janet joins the cast of musical TV show “Fame” on NBC. She plays the part of Cleo Hewitt. She also starts recording a second album for A&M.

July 23, 1984 : Janet appears on the cover of Jet Magazine.

August 31, 1984 : Janet performs Don’t Stand Another Chance on Much More Music in Toronto, Canada.

September 15, 1984 : Janet performs her new single Don’t Stand Another Chance & Dream Street  on American Bandstand.

September 29, 1984 : Season 4 premiere of “Fame” featuring Janet is aired on NBC.In the first episode Janet/Cleo performs  her new single “Two To The Power Of Love” with Jesse Borrego taking Cliff Richard’s place.

October 23, 1984 : Janet gives an interview on the Bryant Gumbel show.

October 27, 1984 : In Fame new episode “The Heart Of Rock N Roll”, Janet/Cleo performs “Don’t Stand Another Chance”.

November 10, 1984  : Janet performs Don’t Stand Another Chance on the Soul Train Show.

January 26, 1985 : In Fame’s new episode “The Heart Of Rock N Roll II”, Janet/Cleo performs a rendition of Jackson 5 hit “I Want You Back”.

January 28, 1985 : Janet attends the American Music Awards with James & LaToya.

February 2, 1985 : Janet is a guest star on a two part episode of ABS series “Love Boat”. She plays the character Della. The episodes were shot on location in Scandinavia & Russia.

March 28, 1985 : Janet attends the premiere of “The Last Dragon” with James.

May 25, 1985 : In Fame’s season 4 finale, Janet/Cleo performs “Dream Street”. This is Janet first ever promotional music video and also her last appearance on the show.

October 27, 1985 : Janet supports LaToya by performing background vocals on her song “Baby Sister” during a live performance at the 16th annual World Popular Song Festival in Tokyo, Japan.

“Janet Jackson” Promotion (1982-1983)

TV performances, interviews, award shows, photoshoots 1982-1983

May 6, 1982 : During an episode of Diff’Rent Strokes titled “The Music Man” Janet sings “The Magic Is Working” a song she has just recorded for her debut album.

August 2, 1982 : Janet makes a photo session in L.A.

October 25, 1982 : Janet appears on the cover of Jet magazine.

October 30, 1982 : Janet performs Young Love & Come Give Your Love On Me for the first time on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand and reveals why she wears a key on her ear ring.

November 5, 1982 : Janet performs Young Love on Solid Gold.

December 18, 1982 : Janet performs Say You Do and Young Love on the Soul Train show.

February 5, 1983 : Janet performs “Say You Do” on Solid Gold.

February 1983 : Janet is on the cover of Ebony magazine with Different Strokes’ partner Todd Bridges 

February 04, 1983 : LaToya, Janet and Joe Jackson attend the R&B Awards in Los Angeles.

February 10, 1983 : Janet performs Young Love on Musikladen in Bremen, Germany.

April 1, 1983 : Janet poses with Sammy Davis jr at an unknown event.