And the award for strength and endurance goes to . . . Janet Jackson. The R&B singer, whose "wardrobe malfunction" at the Super Bowl last month created shockwaves, paid tribute to her special qualities on Saturday when she received a career achievement honour at the Soul Train Music Awards.
With her breasts safely ensconced in a white gown, the 37-year-old singer thanked her fans, without specifically mentioning the infamous fallout.
Her speech was frequently punctuated by cheers of love and support from the audience. Jackson said she was "amazed" to have endured in show business for 30 years, inform TheGlobeAndMail.com
Keeping herself very tidy and together, Janet Jackson was a picture of good taste as she was presented with the Quincy Jones award for career achievement at the 18th Soul Train Music Awards in LA.
There were no signs of any "wardrobe malfunctions", as happened at the Superbowl last month when a bared Jackson breast shocked America. Probably just as well, because the awards were televised live, and not even Jackson's popularity could take another battering like that, report Heraldsun.news.com.au
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