Kelly Rowland, Halle Berry, Steve Harvey and Patti LaBelle were among her clients
Janet, Randy and Rebbie Jackson continue to insinuate that their brother's will is a fake
The court will not review a lower court decision that threw out the FCC's $550,000 fine for Janet Jackson's 2004 "wardrobe malfunction"
The Jackson family diva giggles when Anderson Cooper asks her about becoming an "X Factor" judge
Madonna says performing at the Super Bowl halftime show is a "Midwesterner's girl's dream" but stays mum on the show, guest stars
"How can nudity and a striptease in front of 90 million unsuspecting TV viewers not qualify as indecency?" professional scolds ask
A federal court reaffirmed its decision that the FCC had improperly levied a $550,000 penalty for Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction"
Court rejects the FCC's $550,000 Super Bowl fine
Singer and actress can select and develop a feature film with the studio
The pop star's chances for her second Oscar nomination rest on the ballad she's written for "Why Did I Get Married Too?"
Appellate court rules the FCC's policy is unconstitutional
Janet Jackson's slip was entirely her own, CBS argues, so the fines don't stick
Judge Michael Pastor will preside over the manslaughter case against Dr. Conrad Murray
On his tiff with Spike Lee, saving 'Precious' and working with Janet Jackson post-Michael's death
CBS and FCC face off again over fines in the 2004 Super Bowl incident
How the administration has fared on indecency, net neutrality, piracy, media consolidation
Tyler Perry's latest stars Janet Jackson.
Report: ABC's Robin Roberts will interview Michael's sister for a one-hour special later this month.
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Could lead to reinstating the FCC's fine for the 2004 Super Bowl "wardrobe malfunction."