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  • News Roundup: Janet Jackson Hospitalized and postponed Boston show

    October 1.08 @ 3:22 am
    Posted By: admin

    (Janet at ACC – Toronto – Sept 28th)

    Source taken from Boston Herald

    On Monday, Janet Jackson was taken to the hospital two hours after she arrived in Montreal. The night before Ms. Jackson performed in Toronto at the Air Canada Centre. On Saturday, she postponed her show in Detroit due to “production constraints”. She was released on Tuesday but Janet will not be performing in Boston according to the Boston Herald.

    The concert at the Bell Centre was cancelled about five minutes before opener LL Cool J was set to hit the stage. Jackson then was immediately rushed to Royal Victoria.

    Jackson has complained of exhaustion, a source close to her boyfriend, Jermaine Dupri, told People.com yesterday.

    “A 42-year-old body can’t handle what a 22-year-old body can,” says the source. “I can tell you that she’s definitely tired. It was probably exhaustion. She is doing back-to-back, three-hour shows, and her body isn’t the same as it used to be.”

    Garden officials issued a statement regarding the show postponement yesterday afternoon.

    “Information regarding the rescheduled date will be made available as soon as possible,” read the statement. “Fans are encouraged to hold onto their tickets which will be valid for the rescheduled show.”

    Right now it is uncertain about the future pertaining to the other shows as she has over 15 dates left in the RockwitU tour. This is Janet’s first tour in seven years so I can understand if she is feeling exhausted. Recently, Janet Jackson has parted ways with Island/Def Jam after releasing her poor selling album Discipline. Who will Janet signed to next? Jay-z’ new label? We will have to see!

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    1. Alex68, October 22, 2009:

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