Janet Jackson‘s hotly-anticipated self-titled documentary has been confirmed for broadcast in the UK.
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Moments ago, Sky – the leading premium TV platform in the region – announced that it will be airing the superstar’s eagerly awaited special on January 31.
Arriving just days after its initial premiere in the US (where it’s running as a two-night, four-hour event), ‘Janet Jackson’ has been retooled into a four-part documentary for its UK broadcast. It’ll air on Sky Documentaries and NOW TV.
Directed by Ben Hirsch and helmed by British production company Worker Bee, the docu sees the diva tell her story with a candidness like never before.
Raw and unfiltered, she opens up in earnest about Super Bowl appearance with Justin Timberlake in 2004 and his confirmed attempt to lure her to join him onstage at his 2018 Halftime Show.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer also speaks on her closeness with her brother Michael Jackson and the impact of his publicized troubles, as well as well relationships, becoming a mother later in life, and more.
Guests are confirmed to include Mariah Carey, Missy Elliott, Ciara, Samuel L. Jackson, Whoopi Goldberg, Jermaine Dupri, Debbie Allen, choreographer Tina Landon, and longtime as well as members of her family.
We’ll most definitely be watching. Will you?