Janet Jackson ‘to reveal truth behind infamous 2004 Super Bowl nip slip with Justin Timberlake’ in tell-all documentary

JANET Jackson is set to reveal the truth behind her infamous Super Bowl ‘wardrobe malfunction’ in a new documentary.

The documentary titled ‘Janet’, will be split over two, two-hour installments and will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the chart-topper’s 1982 self-titled debut album.

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Janet Jackson will tell-all about her infamous Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction in a new documentary titled Janet[/caption]

Fans will see the music icon, 54, discuss her 2004 Super Bowl performance when Justin Timberlake accidentally exposed her breast.

The two-part, which is set to air in 2022, will also see Janet open up about becoming a mother as well as the death of her brother Michael Jackson in 2009 and her dad Joseph in 2018.

US networks Lifetime and A&E have described the documentary, which is three years in the making, as “an intimate, honest and unfiltered look at her untold story”.

Adding to the excitement, the Again songstress has granted access to never-before-seen home videos and the docuseries will feature interviews from her famous friends.

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Last month, Justin apologized for failing to stand up for Janet after their shocking performance[/caption]

A&E said of the programme: “Janet has enjoyed immense success but also seen incredible tragedy.

“She has endured a tumultuous private life in the face of extraordinary public scrutiny.

“With no stone left unturned, JANET lifts the lid on her private life for the very first time and reveals the most intimate moments of the star ever caught on camera.”

Janet will serve as executive producer on the documentary alongside Randy Jackson.

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The superstar is producing the docuseries which is slated for 2022[/caption]

News of her docuseries comes weeks after Justin Timberlake apologized to Britney Spears and Janet for “contributing to the problem of misogyny.”

Justin was criticized for past comments he made about his ex-girlfriend Britney, and the way he failed to stand up for Janet after their shocking Super Bowl 2004 performance.

“I understand that I fell short in these moments and in many others and benefitted from a system that condones misogyny and racism,” he wrote.

“I specifically want to apologize to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson both individually, because I care for and respect these women and I know I failed,” he added.