The rain is pouring on singer Janet Jackson’s concert. First, she halted her tour due to migraine-induced vertigo. Then, stud muffin LL Cool J, her opening act, dipped out. Now at a make-up performance in suburban Detroit on Tuesday, she was forced to cut a steamy scene from her act to comply with a Michigan law that prohibits simulated sex acts in a public performing space, reports Popeater.com. Miss Jackson adhered because she did not want to disappoint her fans again, according to a statement released by her manager, Kenneth Crear. During the show, rescheduled from Sept. 27, Jackson explained to the estimated 8,000 fans why the scene was deleted. She apologized and added, "We hope you enjoyed the show we gave you."