Janet Jackson’s 2004 Super Bowl Incident To Be Made Into Documentary
Fans might get a behind-the-scenes look at Janet Jackson’s 2004 Super Bowl incident.
According to Page Six, a documentary is in the works and will revolve around the pop icon’s “wardrobe malfunction” that exposed her breast during her and Justin Timberlake’s halftime performance. The reported project comes from Left/Right TV, the same production company that brought fans the unauthorized documentary Framing Britney Spears.
The production company caused slight controversy when the “Framing Britney Spears” documentary was released on FX back in February. Highlights included Britney Spears‘ relationship with her ex-boyfriend, Justin Timberlake, how their relationship played out in the media, and the questionable conditions surrounding her conservatorship; Spears has been subjected to her father’s guardianship since 2008.
Justin Timberlake, who offered an apology to Janet Jackson and Britney Spears back in February, may find himself the subject of scrutiny yet again.
Wayne Scot Lukas, who designed Janet Jackson’s wardrobe for the performance, alleged that Timberlake planned the moment to upstage the kiss Spears shared with Madonna during the MTV Video Music Awards a few months before.
Tipsters close to Jackson’s camp claim the Why Did I Get Married actress will not likely participate in the film. She’s instead reportedly teamed up with A&E and Lifetime for a four-hour documentary.
A source close to Timberlake also affirms that he had no communication with the production team in regards to Spears’ documentary, adding:
“This is unfortunately about the 10th one of these, but hopefully they include all sides.”
No release date has been set for the tentative project.
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