WATCH: First Preview of Janet Jackson's New Documentary

Janet Jackson in the studio with Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis
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Janet Jackson has revealed the first preview of a long-in-development documentary on her career.

The aptly-titled Janet promises, as the singer says in the clip, "my story, told by me - not through someone else's eyes." She'll achieve that through original interviews (including testimonial from Paula Abdul, Mariah Carey and Missy Elliott) and never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage. (Among those seen in the preview: producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, rapper Tupac Shakur and Janet's late older brother Michael.)

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The two-part documentary will premiere on A&E and Lifetime in January 2022.

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For a time in the ‘80s, it seemed like the most popular songs in the U.S. were being made by perhaps five people: Michael Jackson, Prince, Madonna, Whitney Houston, and Lionel Richie.

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