Janet, and the Jackson family in general, have not had much of a history of aligning themselves with social or political causes in an explicit way.
Swift and Camila Cabello stood up and danced during Mendes’ performance, blocking Criss’ view.
The EDM artists honored the late musician's life and legacy in a heartfelt moment at this year's Billboard Music Awards on Sunday.
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This 'Jersey Shore' cast member has revealed why she definitely won't be back for the TV revival.
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Jennifer Aniston will portray the first female - and first gay - U.S. president in a comedy film for Netflix, the streaming service said on Friday. "When Beverly and Kasey Nicholson move into the White House, they'll prove that behind every great woman... is another great woman," Netflix said in a statement. The announcement was the latest in a series of high profile projects for Aniston, 49, whose career has consisted mostly of romantic comedy films since the end of the sitcom "Friends" in 2004.
The actor returned to the red carpet on Thursday for the first time since he was fired from "Transparent" after sexual harassment allegations — and came in for major support from the cast of his show "Arrested Development."
The news comes after Meghan Markle confirmed that her own father will miss the wedding, which had prompted speculation that her mother would do the honors.