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Coffee Talk: Janet Jackson Thanks Fans for No. 1 Spot

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  • Janet Jackson's American Idol performance of "Again," "Nothing" and "Nasty" went to number one on iTunes charts. The ESSENCE Music Festival headliner thanked fans via a You Tube video yesterday. The singer/actress is seriously considering heading out on tour since the performance was such a success. Take a look at the video below. [ET]
  • Michael Jackson's kids Prince, Paris and Blanket are all set to receive $33 million from the pop king's trust -- or 40 percent of his estate -- when they turn 40. [AHN]
  • After outing her husband's cheating ways to the press via e-mail, Garcelle Beauvais filed for divorce from Mike Nilon on May 10, TMZ has learned. [TMZ]
  • Venus Williams says she'll retire the infamous lace tennis dress after the French Open. [AOLBV]
  • Former Liberian president Charles Taylor, on trial in the Netherlands for war crimes, has moved to stop the prosecution's request to subpoena supermodel Naomi Campbell to testify that Taylor allegedly gave her uncut diamonds during a visit to South African in 1997. [ABC News]
  • Maybe opening during Memorial Day weekend was not the best idea for Sex and the City. The movie, expected to debut at number one actually took third place grossing $37.8 million. "Shrek Forever After" stayed at the top, earning $55.7 million. [TIME]
  • Oprah.com forwarded a "suspicious" video submission for "Your OWN Show: Oprah's Search for the Next TV Star" of a man making threats while holding a Mac 10 machine gun. [CNN]
  • Is Jaden Smith taking after his Fresh Prince dad? The young actor cameos with a rap in Justin Bieber's "Never Say Never," the score for Smith's "Karate Kid" remake. [E!]
  • Our hearts go out to the friends and family of Temptations lead singer Ali-Ollie Woodson, who passed away on May 30 at age 58. [WashPo]
  • Glen Beck's taking jabs at 11-year-olds now. He mocked Malia Obama during a recent segment of his Fox News show. [AOLBV]
  • The mother of Aldi, the Indonesian toddler who smokes 40 cigarettes a day, has taken her son to the National Commission for Child Protection to seek help. [CNN]
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