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Jacksons No Joke, Says Janet

03:01 PM Tuesday 10/18/11 | |

Janet Jackson’s world tour may be called “Number Ones, Up Close and Personal,” but that description does not apply to any comedians appearing with the diva, according to her contract.

Jokesters sharing a bill with Janet are forbidden from making references to her or her family, let alone getting laughs at their expense, according to The Smoking Gun. The document archive obtained a copy of said contract, which advises promoters that details about Miss Jackson and her relatives “shall be deemed to be confidential and secret,” even if they are well known, apparently.

  • Janet Jackson

    McCaw Hall, Seattle, Wash.
    August 29, 2011

    (David Conger / DavidConger.com)


The document refers to the Jacksons as “Protected Persons,” according to TSG. It also reportedly confers confidentiality on her compensation, which the website reported was $475,000 for a recent U.S. concert guarantee, plus reimbursement of $25,000 for “sound and lights.”


  1. hoofhearted wrote:

    08:12 AM, Oct 19, 2011

    They should be a joke.  Only in America do we glorify a pedophile such as Michael.  If he made bad music, everyone would trash him...but he made good music so being a pedophile is ok I guess.  Molest kids all you want, but you better entertain me!

  2. jaredoliveira wrote:

    05:25 PM, Oct 18, 2011

    Oh, I disagree Janet. Just watch any SNL episode circa '92-'93 and I'm sure you'll see your family is indeed a joke.

  3. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    03:08 PM, Oct 18, 2011



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