Janet Jackson is the hottest member of her famous family, though Michael Jackson does appear to be melting. She is as top-heavy as her wacko sister LaToya but far less scary to lust after. Being born into the Jackson dynasty meant a rocket-ship ride to fame, starting as a youngster on the ghetto sitcom Good Times, which led to more TV exposure on Diff'rent Strokes and Fame. As she developed, Janet put her money where her talent was . . . that is, her luscious lungs. The '80s were Janet's decade; we just got to watch, which was pretty hot. With her "What Have You Done for Me Lately?" attitude and a series of hit records and deliciously sexy videos, Janet was at the top of the musical heap. Janet then returned to acting with a cameo in Malcolm X (1992), followed by starring roles in Poetic Justice (1993) and The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000). Sadly, she's yet to release those chocolate milk sacks onscreen, which surely would shoot to the top of the pants pops. The eagle eyed out there will catch a brief glimpse of her mams bouncing around like pudding in the made-for-TV concert All for You from Hawaii (2002). Then, during a skinstant classic halftime performance at Superbowl XXXVIII in February 2004, Janet almost went all the way. At the climax (appropriately enough) of Janet's song-and-dance routine, world's luckiest nancyboy Justin Timberlake tore open the right side of the delectable diva's outfit and her football-sized funbag busted on out with only a miniscule piece of nipple jewelry obscuring part of her ultra-suckable, cocoa-hued areola. I don't know if Michael Jackson ever physically disciplined his chimpanzee Bubbles, but that historic unveiling of half his sister's hooterage had me spanking my monkey before the third quarter.
The Teen Choice Awards - as Presenter
Late Show with David Letterman (2009-2015) - as Herself
Fame - as Cleo Hewitt
Diff'rent Strokes - as Charlene DuPrey
A New Kind of Family - as Jojo Ashton
Good Times - as Penny Woods
The Jacksons - as Herself