Janet live in concert for the final-stop of the Velvet Rope tour.

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Herself (as Janet)
Michael Andrews ...
Himself - Dancer
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Himself - Dancer (as Keith Diorio)
Gil Duldulao ...
Himself - Dancer
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Herself - Dancer
Shawnette Heard ...
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Herself - Dancer
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Herself - Dancer
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Herself - Dancer (as Nikki Pantenburg)
Robert Vinson ...
Himself - Dancer
David Barry ...
Himself - Band
Lil' Jon Roberts ...
Himself - Band (as John Roberts)
Rex Salas ...
Himself - Band
Terry Santiel ...
Himself - Band
Sam Sims ...
Himself - Band
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Janet live in concert for the final-stop of the Velvet Rope tour.

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11 October 1998 (USA)  »

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Sinun tähtesi: Janet Jackson  »

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Referenced in Sandra Bernhard: I'm Still Here... Damn It! (1999) See more »

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Velvet Rope
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Written by Janet Jackson, Jimmy Jam (as James Harris III), Terry Lewis, Rene Elizondo (as René Elizondo, Jr.), Trevor Horn, Malcolm McLaren and Mike Oldfield
Performed by Janet Jackson
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Final Verdict: 7 out of 10
14 June 2000 | by (Cologne, Germany) – See all my reviews

Visually stunning, brilliantly choreographed, special-effects-filled, stylish, hugely entertaining and very stimulating concert show spectacle with Janet Jackson, probably the most talented and sexiest female performer ever to hit the charts, in excellent shape. Her terrific co-dancers and the huge stage are all perfectly concentrated on the astonishing Janet, who, already stepped out of the huge shadow of her older brother Michael, has not only a terrific, soulful voice, but is also strikingly beautiful and overwhelmingly attractive. Though it still seems like she's imitating the dance routine and mimicry of her brother, she has established herself as a unique performer, whose "Rope Burn" performance will not only drive any male mad, but also will make concert show history. With this one she ranks among the best.


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