Miss Janet Wows at amfAR Event

Singer Janet Jackson was a vision of loveliness last night as she walked the red carpet at amfAR’s Cinema Against AIDS Gala. The 45 year old singer, who just celebrated her birthday on May 16th, was dressed in an eye catching green and purple ensemble from the Haider Ackermann Fall/Winter 2011 collection.

Janet will resume her highly successful “Up Close & Personal Tour” in June, making stops in Denmark, Germany, France and England.

There is also a rumor floating around on the Janet Xone forum that says the singer will be honored at this year’s BET Awards. Of course BET has not announced who the 2011 Recipient of their Lifetime Achievement Award will be- it should be noted however that Janet has a show scheduled for that evening.


  1. She does indeed look lovely. And I wouldn’t mind Janet being the Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient, she’s had a great career. To bad about the show being scheduled the same night though 🙁 .

  2. Janet looks flawless. She is truly glowing, I guess I would be too if my man was a billionare.

  3. love Janet, but I was wondering if anyone has heard of the black woman that was awarded 2.5 billion and future royalities, because she wrote the original screenplays for Terminator and Matrix movies. She submitted it to the movie studios, and they stole her ideas and thought they could get away with it , by cutting out the 1st few pages. Now this woman should be honored by the Image Awards, or BET AWARDS.

  4. Love this look, love Janet…VH1Soul has been playing her videos all week…endless, timeless music…love the designer, phenomenal…saw him on style.com…I hope BET does honor her…her contribution has been massive!

  5. The Mothet of the Matrix story of Sophia Stewart is false in it’s ending of her being awarded billions. It is a very old rumor.

  6. But she did create the stories. I believe her, Hollywood has a history of stealing from blacks, and acting like they did everything on their own. There was a black composer, who wrote many scores for hollywood, but never got the credit, because he was black. Why can’t we ever acknowledge our talent, and that talent is constantly being stolen by others.

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