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Janet Jackson Encourages the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to Induct More Women in Moving Speech

Janet Jackson Encourages the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to Induct More Women in Moving Speech

Janet Jackson received the high honor of being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Friday night. At the NYC ceremony, singer Janelle Monáe introduced Janet, calling her "the legendary queen of black girl magic." Janet then took the stage to accept the accolade and deliver a rousing speech about her journey, as well as her hopes for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's future. "When I was a kid, my dream wasn't to be a singer. I wanted to go to college and I wanted to be a lawyer," the 52-year-old singer revealed. "It was my father's dream. He wanted me to become this wonderful performer." She also reminisced on what it was like watching her brothers from The Jackson 5 get inducted by the Rock Hall in 1997.

Janet - who has a handful of multi-platinum albums including 1986's Control, 1989's Rhythm Nation 1814, and 1993's Janet

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