Career: Career and life. Janet Jackson, (aka Janet Jackson), an American pop singer and entertainer, is an extremely popular entertainer, best known for her amazing body paint, music and cowboy hat designs. She has inspired many young girls to choose a career in the entertainment industry, with particular titles like Princess of Rock n Roll and the Queen of Rock n Roll. However, did you know that Janet Jackson was also an astronaut?
Born in 1965, Janet Jackson was born in Highland, Indiana, USA. As a child, she would have witnessed her parents’ decision to move to Ohio, eventually settling in Carbondale, Illinois. Whilst at college in Evanston, Janet attended the University of Illinois at Champaign, specializing in mathematics, and earning a degree in Physics, which she would pursue to become an aerospace engineer.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||34 B|
|Waist Size||25 Inches|
|Hips Size||34 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||34-25-34 inches|
Once this was completed, Janet Jackson began working as a bassist for blues musician Muddy Waters, who was one of the most notable figures in popular music at that time. She also started her musical journey in jazz, performing with pianistorry and composer Roy Clark. The young Janet Jackson had also started to perform, whilst studying at the University of Southern Indiana. She gained a reputation as a dancer for choreographers and as a vocalist for numerous groups, before going into the recording industry. With her background as a performer, it is unsurprising that Janet Jackson biographical information lists her accomplishments as being in the US Air Force, serving as an aerospace engineer, and as a freelance singer and songwriter.
As mentioned earlier, Janet Jackson was actually a NASA astronaut during her first assignment, which occurred at the age of twenty-one. This means that she was one of the youngest people ever sent to the Moon. Although NASA has said that they are not sure how young Janet Jackson actually was, her age is confirmed by the death certificate which she received whilst still a teenager. It is also possible that her birth certificate may be fake, due to the fact that NASA only issue birth certificates once a person reaches a certain age. It is possible that Janet Jackson was born in India, but all the public birth records have been purged.
At the age of twenty-three, Janet Jackson began to focus on a much wider range of projects, and went on to star in four movies, including the movie, Cocoa Nights. After her film career, she went back to acting, which is where she really gained international recognition. Her acting career spanned four decades, and although she never won any major awards or appeared on any big screen, she was able to make an impression on millions through her various movies. Over the years, Janet Jackson has built a career that has included many memorable turns in the musical industry and has also acted in some animated films. Her poem “That wasn’t in my dictionary” is a stand-out example of her creativity, as she wrote the poem whilst being cast with the movie, Cocoa Nights.
Finally, in 1998, Janet Jackson was voted the “Best Female Rock Song Star” at the MTV awards, and the rest, as they say, is history. The first artist to receive this honor was Madonna, whose “Hit Me One More Time” was also chosen as the first song by the male gender at the same award show. Janet Jackson then made history by becoming the first artist to perform her own songs at the Grammies Awards, a feat that still stands to this day. If you would like to see a list of all the best Janet Jackson songs, then you can find them all on Wikipedia.