Janet Jackson has turn off any rumours that she will be signing up for Justin Timberlake during this year’s Super Bowl halftime show. BY SAEED NASIR

 

“To place to relax any speculation or rumors concerning whether I will be carrying out at the Super Dish tomorrow; I will not,” Jackson said in a declaration released Saturday. “Thank you for your support and I do anticipate seeing you all soon.”

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Timberlake is returning to the halftime show 14 years following a wardrobe malfunction with Jackson induced a nationwide controversy. Timberlake was Jackson’s special visitor during her performance at that year’s game and ripped off a piece of her clothing, revealing her nipple. Timberlake later detailed it as an unintended “clothing malfunction.”

 

FILE – In this particular Feb. 1, 2004 document photo, singers Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson have emerged throughout their performance prior to a wardrobe malfunction through the half time performance at Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston. The Supreme Judge decided Friday not to consider reinstating the government’s $550,000 fine on CBS for Janet Jackson’s infamous breast-bearing “wardrobe malfunction” at the 2004 Super Bowl. DAVID PHILLIP/AP
CBS, which shown that Super Dish, was fined $550,000 by the National Communications Commission, however the fine later was overturned.

The hashtags #JusticeforJanet and #JanetJacksonAppreciationDay became trending topics on Twitter days and nights before Timberlake’s record third visit to the level at the Super Dish, at which the Philadelphia Eagles will face the brand new Great britain Patriots at the U.S. Loan provider Stadium on Weekend.

At a press convention on Thursday, Timberlake pointed out Jackson’s name, along with Jay-Z and ‘NSync, when discussing rumored guests to join him onstage. He had not been asked any immediate questions about Jackson or the infamous clothing malfunction.

Once the NFL announced past due this past year that Timberlake would be time for the Super Bowl, the decision brought about a backlash from women, minorities and others who experienced Jackson was unfairly compelled to pay a very good higher price than Timberlake confronted. Some argued that Jackson, as a dark-colored woman, fell victim to a racist and sexist double standard and received harsher treatment than Timberlake, as a white man, do, plus they said he benefited from “white guy privilege.”

When asked during an interview previous month if he and Jackson have since made tranquility, Timberlake said, “Absolutely.”

He said he and Jackson have talked privately about what happened.

”I have no idea that a lot of men and women know that,” Timberlake said. “I mean, I don’t believe it’s my job to do that, because you value the relationships that you do have with people.”

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