Janet Jackson Gives Emotional Performance at the Global Citizen Festival

Janet Jackson Gives Emotional Performance at the Global Citizen Festival

Classic diva! Janet Jackson managed to steal the show at the Global Citizen Festival thanks to an energetic routine and one of her amazing outfits.The

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Classic diva! Janet Jackson managed to steal the show at the Global Citizen Festival thanks to an energetic routine and one of her amazing outfits.The 52-year-old Rhythm Nation songstress wowed in some amazingly intricate garb.
An extremely wide mostly transparent scarf also decorated the front of her shirt, which looked to be attached to a white collar.
Sporty! A black jersey featuring white stripes studded with gems composed the base layer of her top
A little of everything! Her top was tucked into a pair of baggy black satiny trousers which were embossed with a subtle floral pattern
Her top was tucked into a pair of baggy black satiny trousers which were embossed with a subtle floral pattern.
Accessories included a white black leather belt, and a strap trimmed in fringe attached to her waistband.
She scraped her wavy brunette locks back and up into a very prominent bun and ponytail combo.
Still got it! Jackson impressed with her lengthy, 13 song set which included such hits as All for You and Feedback
A very smokey eye and pale plum lipstick ensured the legend was ready for her turn on stage.
Jackson impressed with her lengthy, 13 song set which included such hits as All for You and Feedback.
She also used the appearance to speak out about relevant issues:
“Like millions of other women out there, I know about bullying. I know about verbal abuse. I know about physical abuse. I know about abuse of authority. I’m sick, I’m repulsed, I’m infuriated by the double standards that continue to treat women as second-class citizens. Enough, you guys! Enough injustice. Enough bigotry. Mistreatment and mindless prejudice have to stop—and stop now. Equality is our demand. Action is our answer. Let’s go”.