Janet Jackson Shows Intense Rehearsal Shots For Her 'State of the World' Tour
Janet Jackson gets in the groove for the "State of the World" Tour which continues with her "Unbreakable" Tour. Last year, the tour was unexpectedly cut off due to her decision to start a family with her now-estranged husband Qatari businessman Wissam Al Mana. Despite her untoward break up with Al Mana and the end of their 5-year marriage, it seems her spirits remained higher than high with the entry of her son, Eissa.
The long-wait is over as the Queen of Pop will regain her music career as it matches her new image, as a mother. Judging from her updates, she is in control and ready to be "Nasty" in her performances, as she tours 56 cities starting in Lafayette, Louisiana on September 7. Her "State of the World" Tour which is just a month away as per reports from PEOPLE was announced through a Twitter video as she replaces her "Unbreakable" Tour's name from "State of the World Tour." The same video has also hinted of her separation with Wissam Al Mana, the father of her son Eissa; sadly making it her third unsuccessful marriage.
Nevertheless, Janet Jackson's pride and love, Eissa, had made her feel whole with just this July, Entertainment Tonight reports how Jackson returned to Los Angeles with her son to be with her mother and the rest of her family. Right now, Janet Jackson had been busy doing rehearsals and going through the details of her tour, making it sure that this tour is worth the wait. The exciting news is that Eissa may be coming along with his mother, with a little help from Uncle Randy who was always there for her during emotional times.
Expect a perfect performance from Janet Jackson which will blow the audiences in awe and entertainment, her showmanship not far from her brother, the King of Pop Michael Jackson. Watch out for Janet Jackson's "State of the World" Tour as it starts on September 7 and finishes off on December 17.
A special message from Janet for her fans. pic.twitter.com/VXa6h25ksK
— Janet Jackson (@JanetJackson) May 2, 2017