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Janet Jackson covers INSTINCT magazine’s Dec/Jan issue


In the past two months, it seems as though Janet Jackson has been on the cover of every magazine. This time around, the “Feedback” singer is featured on the Dec/Jan issue of Instinct magazine.  Instinct magazine is one of the hottest gay men’s magazine around. To order this issue, visit

Janet Jackson speaks on love, Lady Gaga and her weight

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Singer/actress Janet Jackson sat down with ABC News Radio‘s David Blaustein to discuss her new movie, pop culture,  body image and her upcoming book “True You.” Jackson also talked about being back in the studio and her love life.

Here’s a rundown of what Jackson said during the interview:

On why she wrote “True You:” “Everyone wanted to know about the weight loss, the weight gain — how do I do it … It’s just talking about my routine, my workout regimine, my nutrition. I wanted to talk about it.”

On revisiting her childhood body image issues: “I was actually doing ‘Good Times,’ and on our first day of shooting they bound my chest because they thought my breasts were too big. I got the part when I was 10, we started shooting when I was 11 — I was developing early. It made me feel that the way that I am, it’s not good enough. That’s why I decided to call [the book] ‘True You.'”

On loneliness: “I’ve been married twice, I’ve been divorced twice. Even when you have someone with you 24/7, and still feeling alone — when I look back on it, it’s really, really sad. And I did a lot of that in my younger years.”

On recording a new album: “I’ve been thinking about going back in the studio and just taking my time and playing around with it — next year.”

On Lady Gaga: “I adore her. One of the things that I love about her, it seemed like, for a moment, melody had left music. And I feel like she understands that a great deal. I just enjoy watching her. She takes me back a lot of times to the Grace Jones days. Where it’s — I don’t mean this in a bad way at all — it’s over the top but it’s over the top fun. It’s different from everyone else that’s out there, so I enjoy watching her and listening to her music.

Check out Jackson’s interview with Robin Roberts here.

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