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Janet Jackson Net Worth

Janet Jackson Net Worth is
$190 Million

Janet Jackson Biography

The youngest of the Jackson family of entertainers – singer and actress Janet Damita Jo Jackson – was born on 16 May 1966, in Gary in Indiana USA. The tenth child of Katherine Jackson and Joe Jackson, Janet grew up surrounded by music, and with a long succession of popular singles,  is indisputably one of the world’s most successful current performers – and, with more than 140 million confirmed record sales to her name, one of the best-selling as well.

So just how rich is Janet Jackson, as of mid-2017? Authoritative sources estimate that Janet has a net worth of $190 million, built-up over the course of her career which began ,in the mid-1970s. Well known for her thought-provoking lyrics and masterful with her music, though her appearances as an actress in various cinema and television productions – including the 2000 romantic comedy “The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps”, in which Jackson starred opposite Eddie Murphy – have certainly helped her net worth along as well.

Janet Jackson Net Worth $190 Million

Janet Jackson could almost be said to have been destined to become involved with the music industry – at the time of her birth, the older Jackson children – her brothers Jackie , Tito, Marlon, Randy  and Michael Jackson – were already making appearances as the Jackson 5. Janet Jackson’s earliest performances would be in connection with her brothers’ act – first in Las Vegas, then later in the Jackson family’s own variety show entitled simply “The Jacksons”. After these early appearances, Janet – who had previously been considering careers outside show business – finally became set on being a performer in her own right. In 1977, following the success of “The Jacksons”, Janet Jackson landed her first independent role as part of the CBS sitcom “Good Times”.

By 1982, Janet Jackson had attracted enough interest to be able to sign a contract with a recording studio of her choice, A&M Records. That same year, Jackson produced her debut self-titled studio album, which proved a moderate success despite a lack of publicityation prior to its release. However, it would be Janet Jackson’s third album, “Control” – the first she produced without any oversight by her father – that would earn her true recognition. Topping the charts, “Control” sold more than fourteen million copies, giving Jackson’s net worth a huge early boost and winning her multiple awards – including a record four American Music Awards for a single album. After this, Janet Jackson’s career looked set to break out from under the shadow of her family name, with her following album – “Rhythm Nation 1814” – proving equally successful, landing her a lucrative contract with the recording label “Virgin Records” at the conclusion of her deal with “A&M”. A number of hugely popular albums followed, including the 1993 “Janet” (twenty million copies sold) and the 1997 “The Velvet Rope” (ten million copies sold), considerably boosting her net worth.

Janet’s subsequent list of singles such as “Nasty“, “That’s the Way Love Goes“, “Rhythm Nation“, “Together Again” and “All for You” contribute to her holding the record for the most consecutive top 10 hits of 18 on the US Billboard Hot 100 , ranking her at number seven on its list of All-Time Top Artists, and fifth on the Top 50 R&B/Hip-Hop Artists of the Past 25 Years in 2010. Over the course of her career, Janet Jackson has been confirmed to have grossed over $1 billion dollars from sales.

When talking about Janet Jackson’s personal life, she has been married three times , firstly to James DeBarge in 1984, but which was annulled the following year for undisclosed reasons, and then to producer Rene Elizonda from 1991 to 2000. She secretly married Qatari businessman Wissam Al Mana, the executive director of the “Al Mana Retail Group”, in 2012, and she had their son before divorcing not long after in 2017.

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Quick Facts

Full NameJanet Jackson
Net Worth$190 Million
Date Of BirthMay 16, 1966
Place Of BirthGary, Indiana, United States
Height5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
ProfessionRecord producer, Singer-songwriter, Actor, Author, Model, Fashion designer, Spokesperson, Film Producer, Dancer, Music artist
EducationLanai Road Elementary School, Portola Middle School
NationalityAmerican
SpouseWissam Al Mana (m. 2012–2017), René Elizondo, Jr. (m. 1991–2000), James DeBarge (m. 1984–1985)
ChildrenEissa Al Mana
ParentsKatherine Jackson, Joe Jackson
SiblingsJermaine Jackson, Michael Jackson, Tito Jackson, Randy Jackson, La Toya Jackson, Jackie Jackson, Marlon Jackson, Rebbie Jackson, Joh'Vonnie Jackson, Brandon Jackson
NicknamesJanet Damita Jo Jackson , Janet , Jackson , Dunk , J , JJ
Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/JanetJackson
Twitterhttp://www.twitter.com/janetjackson
Instagramhttp://www.instagram.com/janetjackson
MySpacehttp://www.myspace.com/janetjackson
Wikipediahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janet_Jackson
Allmusicwww.allmusic.com/artist/janet-jackson-mn0000208774
AwardsBET Ultimate Icon (2015), Grammy Awards for Best Music Video, MTV Video Music Awards, Grammy Awards for Best R&B Song/Best Music Film (1994, 1990), American Music Awards, GLAAD Media Vanguard Award (2008)
Record LabelsA&M, Virgin, Island, Rhythm, Nation
NominationsRock and Roll Hall of Fame, Grammy Award for Album of the Year, MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year, Academy Award for Best Original Song, American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Album, Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album, Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, People's Choice Award for Favorite Female Artist, BET Award for Video of the Year, MTV Video Music Award for Best Hip-Hop Video, Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, BET Award for Best Female R&B/Pop Artist, MTV Video Music Award for Viewer's Choice, MTV Video Music Award for Best Direction, MTV Video Music Award for Best Editing, MTV Video Music Award for Best R&B Video, MTV Video Music Award for Best Visual Effects, American Music Award for Favorite Soul/R&B Album, Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song, Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals, MTV Video Music Award for Best Cinematography, Grammy Award for Best Contemporary R&B Album, MTV Video Music Award for Best Overall Performance, Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals, MTV Europe Music Award for Best R&B, MTV Video Music Award Best Breakthrough Video, People's Choice Award for Favorite R&B Artist, Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Female Artist, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Album, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Duo or Group, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Music Video, Soul Train Music Award for Best Song of the Year, Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B/Soul Female Artist, Brit Award for International Female Solo Artist, Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Female Singer, MuchMusic Video Award for iHeartRadio International Artist of the Year, Billboard Music Award for Top Rap Song, Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Movie Actress, Billboard Music Award for Top Hot 100 Song, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Song - Contemporary, Brit Award for British Video, Billboard Music Award for Top R&B Artist, Billboard Music Award for Hot 100 Singles Artist of the Year, American Music Award for Internet Artist of the Year, Billboard Music Award for Soundtrack Single of the Year, Echo Award for Best International Rock/Pop Female Artist, MuchMusic Video Award for Peoples Choice: Favourite International Artist, People's Choice Award for Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer, Rhythm Nation, Nasty, That's the Way Love Goes
MoviesFor Colored Girls (2010), Why Did I Get Married Too? (2010), Janet: Live in Hawaii (2002), From Janet to Damita Jo: The Videos (2004), The Savoy King: Chick Webb and the Music That Changed America (2012), Janet Jackson: Design of a Decade (2001)
TV ShowsFame (1982-1987), A New Kind of Family (1979-1980), Good Times (1974-1979), The Jacksons (1976-1977)


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Her 1986 song "Nasty" was inspired by a bit of ancient Roman graffiti: VIRGULA TERTIO SU: INDECENS ES. ("Virgula to Teritus: You are a nasty boy").
2 (May 4, 2016) Expecting her 1st child with her 3rd husband Wissam Al Mana. Jackson is reportedly in her second trimester of pregnancy after successfully working with a fertility specialist.
3 When her secret marriage to Rene Elizondo broke out in 2000, after he filed for divorce, Janet who had in the past denied being married apologized stating "To have a normal family life...Since I was a child, my personal life has been lived in the public eye," "At times this has been very difficult. I hope my fans will understand." Later Elizondo himself admitted that he was surprised they were able to keep it a secret for as long as they did.
4 Explained that one reason why she named her 1993 album "Janet" was because many people thought she was just riding her on last name. She even produced and helped write songs on the album without any of her siblings being involved.
5 When Janet appeared on the controversial cover of Rolling Stone magazine, she was topless except for the hands of then husband Rene Elizondo, who had "hand-cupped" her breasts for the shot as captured by photographer Patrick DeMarchelier. [September 1993]
6 Aunt of Yashi Brown, Austin Brown, Dealz, Jermajesty Jackson, Stevanna Jackson, Jaafar Jackson, Donte Jackson, Genevieve Jackson, Taryll Jackson, Taj Jackson and T.J. Jackson.
7 In the late 1980s, for a period of several months on a weekly basis, she was hospitalized at Brotman Hospital in Culver City, California.
8 Younger sister of Michael Jackson.
9 The Jacksons were awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 1500 Vine Street in Hollywood, California.
10 She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 1500 Vine Street in Hollywood, California on April 20, 1990.
11 Rejected a role in The Matrix (1999) to go on a concert tour.
12 Ranked #10 on VH1's 100 Sexiest Artists.
13 Growing up before being a singer, Janet has always wanted to work at a McDonald's Drive-Thru window.
14 She had endorsements with PepsiCo, American Airlines and Revlon.
15 In Japan, she appeared in a television commercial for Pepsi-Cola with Ricky Martin in 1999. She also appeared in another Japanese television commercial back in 1990 for Japan Airlines.
16 Is mentioned in Eminem's song "Ass Like That".
17 Named #37 in FHM magazine's "100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005" special supplement.
18 The film clip "Again" was originally supposed to have Janet wearing her nightwear when she was sitting near her bed because that's what she was wearing when she was writing the song for Poetic Justice (1993).
19 Used to want to be a jockey when she was a little child but has been scared to ride horses since Christopher Reeve's accident.
20 The Rhythm Nation world tour was the most successful debut tour from any artist
21 Has always wanted and still wants to go back school to study law.
22 Holds the record for most weeks spent at #1 on the R&B chart for her 1994 single, "Any Time, Any Place".
23 Has homes in Los Angeles, New York and Atlanta (with beau Jermaine Dupri).
24 Brother Michael Jackson claims in his "Home Movies" documentary in 2003 that Janet emulated his choreography from his "Captain EO" short movie into her "Rhythm Nation" music video which she choreographed with Anthony Thomas four years later.
25 Became the first artist to score a #1 hit simultaneously on the Billboard Hot 100 and Mainstream Rock singles chart with "Black Cat" in 1990.
26 Daughter of Joe Jackson and Katherine Jackson
27 Her first biography was released in 1977 as a joint biography about her and brother Randy Jackson.
28 Is the #2 most successful artist on the Billboard Dance/Club Play Chart, behind only Madonna.
29 Eloped with singer James DeBarge, in 1984 and lived in the Jackson's Encino ranch for several months before she had the marriage annulled.
30 The album "Janet" produced six top 10 hits and sold over 15 million copies.
31 "Rhythm Nation 1814" spend four weeks being #1 on both Pop and R&B charts in the United States. It sold another 10 million worldwide and the singles were even more successful. The album spawned seven top 5 hits including 4 #1s.
32 Her third album "Control" sell over 10 million worldwide and produced five top 5 hits including "Nasty", "Let's Wait Awhile, and the #1 "When I Think of You".
33 Her sophomore album "Dream Street" reached #147 on Billboard and sold only 200,000 copies.
34 Her first self-titled album peaked at #63 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums and sold a disappointing 250,000 copies.
35 Won nine Billboard Awards in 1990 for her album "Rhythm Nation 1814".
36 Her favorite singers are Ella Fitzgerald and Marvin Gaye.
37 Has four dogs: Riley (a Rottweiler); Dylan (a Boxer); Madison (a miniature Schnauzer) and Pockets (an Australian shepherd-cross).
38 Is the only woman singer in the history of Rock & Roll to score five back to back #1 studio albums on the Billboard Album's chart. "Control", "Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation", "Janet", "The Velvet Rope" and "All For You" all reached #1, together selling more than 60 million copies worldwide. Her albums "Design of a Decade" and "Damita Jo" both reached top 3.
39 Negotiated a new, $80 million recording contract with Virgin Records in 1996.
40 Her nickname "Dunk" was coined to describe her sturdy body, which her brother Michael claimed remsembled a donkey.
41 Attended and graduated from Valley Professional School, an institution where most children were entertainers or actors (1984).
42 Attended Portola Middle School in Tarzana, California. Was teased and harassed by kids because of her fame on Good Times (1974).
43 Attended Lanai Road Elementary School in Encino, California.
44 During the half-time show of Super Bowl XXXVIII (38), her right breast was "accidentally" exposed when co-performer Justin Timberlake reached around and grabbed a detachable part of her breastplate-like outfit. They admit that they privately planned the move after rehearsals had ended, but still maintain that the exposure was accidental in that a red bra was to be revealed, not her bare breast. [February 2004]
45 Ranked #77 on VH1's 100 Greatest Women of Rock N Roll
46 Was to appear as Lena Horne in a biopic due to be released in 2004. But Lena changed her mind after the SuperBowl "breast-baring" incident.
47 The last five of her eight albums (excluding her first two albums "Janet Jackson", "Dream Street" and her greatest hits album "Design of a Decade: 1986-1996") have all hit #1.
48 Ex-sister-in-law of El DeBarge.
49 Aunt of Jermaine Jackson II, Valencia Jackson, Brittany Jackson, Marlon Jackson Jr., Prince Michael, Prince Michael II and Paris-Michael K. Jackson.
50 Voted one of the "10 Sexiest Women of 2001" by the readers of Black Men magazine.
51 She was paid $3 million for Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000). She was paid an extra $1 million for the song "Doesn't Really Matter" for the film soundtrack.
52 Sister of Rebbie Jackson, Jackie Jackson, Tito Jackson, Jermaine Jackson, La Toya Jackson, Marlon Jackson, Randy Jackson and Michael Jackson.
53 With her 1986 song "When I Think of You", she and her brother, Michael Jackson, became the first siblings in the rock era to have #1 songs as soloists.


Net Worth & Salary

TitleSalary
Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000) $5,000,000


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Her bright smile
2 Second soprano vocal range, her top note is an "e"


Quotes

#Quote
1 I had a pretty sexual imagination for a kid.
2 I have a pretty bad temper. But you have to really push me to see it. But everybody has their things.
3 I've never been into what am I going to do next, trying to reinvent myself.
4 Big sisters and brothers... I am telling you, it never changes.
5 People do see me as sweet and innocent. Not to say that I am not those things. But I have other sides to me.
6 I love working with organizations. I love giving. I want to do more of that. You got to give back. I love helping people, especially children.
7 I am the baby in the family, and I always will be. I am actually very happy to have that position. But I still get teased. I don't mind that.
8 Another side to me is this very sexual being. When I look back on my life, it's always been there. It's been there since I was 10 years old, having the imagination that I had.
9 A lot of times I felt so alone. But I also thought there has to be other people that have experienced either what I have, or close to it.
10 Self-expression is my goal, I want to be real with my feelings. Singing and dancing-and all the joy that goes with performing- come from my heart. If I can't feel it, I won't do it.
11 My dad taught us that there's no greater distance than that between first and second place.
12 Freedom means choices.
13 All kids rebel. My way was to dye my hair half pink and half blue. It was a mess.
14 After my disillusionment, I felt hollow inside, as though someone had scooped out my soul. It took a while, but deep within I discovered a core of determination I never knew existed. That's when I got serious about myself and my career. I saw what I needed to do, and I did it.
15 The pain is necessary. Sometimes pain is the teacher we require, a hidden gift of healing and hope.
16 Being from a famous family is a blessing. I'm challenged to live up to the expectations. I'm happy, grateful for what I've inherited and excited about what I want to contribute.
17 I was sheltered by my parents, work and school. I walked out into the world and saw things I'd only read about. I learned the hard way. It was scary, but I saw I had two choices - sink or swim. I swam. And discovered I could actually make it to the shore, all on my own. Not that I wasn't frightened or didn't experience moments of panic. I did.
18 There was also loneliness. I had few friends. Work consumed me. in some ways, it still does.
19 I also experienced serious rejection. I auditioned for dozens of commercials, for example, but was never chosen. That might have devastated other children, but somehow my attitude was "Well if I don't get this one, I'll get the next." Looking back, I see I had a built-in toughness.
20 I kinda see everyone as competition. I'm a very competitive person. But I think that's good. Competition is great. And as long as it's friendly and not a malicious thing, then I think it's cool.
21 Pain like water it dry away so love come in without pain how can love think about.
22 We had the kind of night were morning comes to soon... we used the light from a flickering candle across the room to make the kind of shadows that only one thing could make... love.
23 To a world sick with racism, get well soon.
24 We are a nation with no geographic boundaries, bound together through our beliefs, we are like minded individuals sharing a common vision, pushing toward a world rid of color lines.
25 Life is a journey, and I'm still walking it. And, like everyone, I'm going to have some days that are better than others, some days that are tougher than others. But I'm in a much happier place, the happiest place I've ever been in my life, and that's why it feels so good to me, finally being able to say I do like who I am.
26 Getting back to that child and giving the child what the child may have missed - the reassurance of a nourishing and accepting love, a love that says you are special - is hard work. It can be scary, but like the song says, we have to deal with the past to live completely -and freely - in the present.
27 [on people disapproving of Jermaine Dupri] People need to stay out of other people's business. Honestly, how can they say what is a good match for me and what is a good match for him? They really don't know us. That's for us to decide. They need to stay out of other's people's business and deal with their own issues.
28 [on Jermaine Dupri] You know that it's something different when your whole family falls in love with him, when your brothers and sisters love him. And with me having eight brothers and sisters, there are some major eyes on him. And they all adore him. So that's really good.
29 Dreams can become a reality when we possess a vision that is characterized by the willingness to work hard, a desire for excellence, and a belief in our right and our responsiblity to be equal members of society.
30 If I wasn't singing, I'd probably be, probably an accountant.
31 I set out to please myself, hopefully in the end, the listeners will enjoy what I've created.
32 [on Rene Elizondo] I've been very fortunate to have found someone who has been so incredibly caring... I don't think anybody else would have stuck around because I had some really difficult times... and I know he probably would wake up and say, "Okay, who is she today?". I think anyone else would have said, "You know what? I am out of here because I cannot take this." But he was there, right by my side the entire way.
33 I was never pushed into the religion by my mother or anyone else. I made up my own mind when I was old enough. I am not a religious person, but I am spiritual. But I don't believe in things like guilt. I believe in a higher power. I believe in inspiration.
34 I was very independent growing up, but there were things that were bothering me that I never told anybody. I would talk to our animals at home. We had fawns that Michael [brother Michael Jackson] and I raised until we weaned them and we'd feed them every morning. And I would talk to them... I felt they understood me. We had four dogs, and I would climb in the bushes and sit down and speak with them... and that's how I dealt with my life in the very, very beginning, when I was a kid.
35 [1993 interview in Rolling Stone magazine] It made me so happy. On my song "Whoops Now", I even used the lyrics, "I'm out in the sun having fun with my friends". There's also The Turtles' "Happy Together" and The Association's "Windy" and Simon and Garfunkel's "Feelin' Groovy". Those songs are all precious moments to me. They're about just plain feeling good.
36 [on her 1997 recording "The Velvet Rope"] We're all driven to premieres or nightclubs and seen the rope separating those who can enter and those who can't. Well, there's also a velvet rope we have inside of us, keeping others from knowing our feelings. In this album, I'm trying to expose and explore those feelings. I'm inviting you inside my barrier. During my life, I've been on both sides of the rope. At times, especially during my childhood, I felt left out and alone. At times, I felt misunderstood... But no human heard those feelings expressed. They stayed buried in the past. But now the truth has to come out, and for me, the truth takes the form of a song.
37 [on the day her father told her to stop calling him Dad] I will never forget that. I was really young, about 6 or 7, and as a kid, that was very hurtful to me. I went through a lot, from age 15 to about 19 years. I was very young. I used to hurt so badly that I'd ask God, "Why, what have I done to deserve this?".
38 In complete darkness we are all the same, it is only our knowledge and wisdom that separates us, don't let your eyes deceive you.
39 We all have the need to feel special.
40 You don't have to hold onto the pain to hold onto the memory.


Pictures

All Janet Jackson pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015 BET Award BET Awards Ultimate Icon
2008 Vanguard Award GLAAD Media Awards
2008 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Why Did I Get Married? (2007)
2002 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Dance Recording For "All for You"
2002 Wannabe Award Kids' Choice Awards, USA
2001 Most Performed Song from a Film BMI Film & TV Awards Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000)
1998 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Music Video, Short Form For "Got 'til It's Gone"
1996 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Music Video, Short Form Michael Jackson
1995 ASCAP Award ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures Poetic Justice (1993) Jimmy Jam

Terry Lewis
1994 Grammy Grammy Awards Best R&B Song Jimmy Jam

Terry Lewis
1994 MTV Movie Award MTV Movie Awards Best Female Performance Poetic Justice (1993)
1994 MTV Movie Award MTV Movie Awards Most Desirable Female Poetic Justice (1993)
1994 Razzie Award Razzie Awards Worst New Star Poetic Justice (1993)
1992 Chairman's Award Image Awards
1990 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Music Video - Long Form Rhythm Nation 1814 (1990) Dominic Sena (video director)

Jonathan Dayton (video director/video producer)

Valerie Faris (video director/video producer)

Aristides McGarry (video producer)
1990 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Recording On April 20, 1990. At 1500 Vine Street

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Female Artist
2016 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration J. Cole
2016 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Album Album: "Unbreakable"
2016 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Music Video Janet Jackson: No Sleep (2015)
2016 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Song - Contemporary J. Cole
2016 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Song - Contemporary Song: "Unbreakable"
2011 Black Reel Black Reel Awards Best Supporting Actress For Colored Girls (2010)
2011 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Why Did I Get Married Too? (2010)
2007 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Contemporary R&B Album For the album "20 Y.O."
2005 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Contemporary R&B Album For "Damita Jo"
2005 Grammy Grammy Awards Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female For the song "I Want You."
2002 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female For "Someone to Call My Lover"
2002 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Pop Vocal Album For "All for You"
2001 Black Reel Black Reel Awards Best Song Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000) Jimmy Jam (Writer)

Terry Lewis (Writer)
2001 Blockbuster Entertainment Award Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Actress - Comedy Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000)
2001 Blockbuster Entertainment Award Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Song from a Movie (Internet Only) Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000)
2001 Blimp Award Kids' Choice Awards, USA Favorite Movie Actress Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000)
2001 VMA MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) Video of the Year Dave Meyers (director)

Ron Mohrhoff (producer)
2000 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group Busta Rhymes
1999 Grammy Grammy Awards Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female For the song "I Get Lonely."
1999 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Performance in a Variety Series/Special Janet: The Velvet Rope (1998)
1999 OFTA Television Award Online Film & Television Association Best Host or Performer of a Variety, Musical, or Comedy Special Janet: The Velvet Rope (1998)
1996 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Michael Jackson
1995 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture Poetic Justice (1993)
1994 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Music, Original Song Poetic Justice (1993) Jimmy Jam

Terry Lewis
1994 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Original Song - Motion Picture Poetic Justice (1993) Jimmy Jam

Terry Lewis
1994 Grammy Grammy Awards Best R&B Performance - Female
1994 Razzie Award Razzie Awards Worst Actress Poetic Justice (1993)
1993 Grammy Grammy Awards Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group Luther Vandross
1991 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female For "Black Cat"
1991 Grammy Grammy Awards Best R&B Song Jimmy Jam

Terry Lewis
1991 Grammy Grammy Awards Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female
1990 Grammy Grammy Awards Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female
1988 Blimp Award Kids' Choice Awards, USA Favorite Female Vocalist
1988 Blimp Award Kids' Choice Awards, USA Favorite Song (for "Control")
1987 Grammy Grammy Awards Album of the Year For "Control"
1987 Grammy Grammy Awards Best R&B Song Jimmy Jam

Terry Lewis
1987 Grammy Grammy Awards Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female