Janet Jackson has nightmares from her infamous Super Bowl performance back in 2004. Recently, the singer chose to address the moment that has haunted her for years.

Up until 2004, Jackson was a beloved figure in the entertainment industry enjoying the prime of her time. She was an unmatched force in music, however it all took a huge blow after her disaster moment at the Super Bowl.

Jackson shared the Super Bowl Halftime stage with Justin Timberlake and their set concluded with a shocking moment when Timberlake ripped off a portion of Jackson’s attire and exposed her breast. What followed was huge public backlash for Jackson and none for Timberlake.

Jackson was shunned and deemed a social and professional pariah. The singer was handed fine of over half-million dollars. The soft-spoken singer tried her best to retrieve from the controversy.

Since then fans have often wondered what was going through her mind at the time. In a recent interview with Allure magazine, Janet addressed the scandal. This was the first time she has spoken openly about it, since appearing on Oprah Winfrey’s talk show back in 2006.

Jackson said, “What’s really important is going back to having that foundation. Not just family, but God. That’s what really pulled me through.” She also expressed it’s tough for her talk about the moment that left a scar in her life.

Fans will learn more from Jackson, her career and this Super Bowl moment in her upcoming two-part documentary for Lifetime and A&E.

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