That's such good news!
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Lookin' good, girl!
She looks STUNNING!
The songbird rocked a totally edgy ensemble, donning a long-sleeved shirt, torn jeans and black boots.
And let's just say, she certainly doesn't seem like she's 49! Is it possible she's aging backwards??
Ch-ch-check out the flawless photo (below)!
Janet Jackson is getting us primed for her return!
After coming back strong with No Sleeep, she's giving us the ittiest bit of a tease on her next track!
She released just 30 seconds of The Great Forever, which we have for your listening enjoyment (below)!
Janet also shared the lyrics sheet for the song to her Instagram, confirming that her album, like her upcoming tour, would be called Unbreakable:
What a relief! It's looking like Joe Jackson is on the road to recovery!
Late last month, he was in Brazil celebrating his 87th birthday when he sadly suffered a stroke after an artery burst behind his eye.
He was forced to skip out on the rest of his bash and was rushed to Albert Einstein Hospital where he was placed in intensive care.
While hospitalized, he also suffered three heart attacks, and at one point, his heart even stopped for ten seconds!
But now the Jackson 5 founder is back in action AND back in the States! The 87-year-old was spotted being pushed around in a wheelchair at LAX on Tuesday morning.
Janet Jackson and her family have issued a statement the same day to express their gratitude towards all the doctors who tended to their patriarch in Sao Paulo, saying they are incredibly thankful "for their world-class expertise and professionalism."
That wasn't all! The Jackson family also wanted to thank the citizens of Brazil as well:
Joe Jackson is out of the woods!
After Joe suffered a stroke on his 87th birthday while vacationing in Brazil, he was confined to intensive care at Albert Einstein Sao Paulo hospital. Sources say Jackson has been moved to a regular room and that he's slowly regaining his motor skills.
Janet Jackson, who postponed production on her Unbreakable tour, has stood vigil by her father's beside since the incident. When the patriarch is well enough to fly, he'll travel with Janet to Los Angeles where he'll recover for the long term.
Now that the 87-year-old is starting to walk again, we don't doubt he'll make a full recovery. Get better, Joe!
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She sure is dedicated!
As we previously reported, Janet Jackson was forced to postpone her Unbreakable world tour on Tuesday after her father suffered a stroke while celebrating his 87th birthday in Brazil over the weekend.
And while Janet may be sitting by Joe Jackson's bedside everyday, we're hearing that she's actually still getting time in to rehearse once visiting hours are over.
The 49-year-old singer apparently brought down an entire entourage of crew to help her get ready for her performance at the iHeartRadio Music Festival this September.
We think it's pretty safe to say she's definitely still putting in the work!
Janet will return to the states to get back to planning Unbreakable once her siblings Randy and Rebbie get to South America to take care of their dad.
Luckily, we're also hearing that Joe is already on the mend!
We hope you feel even better soon, Joe!
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Just when we thought it couldn't get any better!
The iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas is less than two months away and is getting better by the day!
Seriously, do we need more?!
Well now we've got even MORE A-list talent in a weekend that's sure to be chock-full of EPICNESS!
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What a good daughter.
On Tuesday, it was revealed that Janet Jackson will put production of her Unbreakable world tour on hold to be by Joe Jackson's beside as he recovers from a stroke. Jackson sadly suffered the medical emergency in Brazil while celebrating his 87th birthday.
According to a source, the 49-year-old will stay with Joe until he stabilizes. Considering Janet's tour kicks off August 31, the singer has at least a month to help her father during this harrowing time.
We hope JJ gets back on his feet sooner than later so the legend can get back to doing what she does best — performing!
Feel better, Joe!
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