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Janet Jackson: Good Morning America!

Janet Jackson performs a two-song set onstage at ABC’s Good Morning America at NYC’s Nokia Theatre in Times Square on Tuesday morning.

Check out Janet‘s strapless jumpsuit… and that funky belt!

Watch Janet perform “Feedback” here and “That’s the Way Love Goes” here.

Janet‘s tenth studio album Discipline is released TODAY by Island Records. Pick up a copy at a store near you! More Here! »

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Halle Berry Lives 'Nappily Ever After'

Halle Berry stops by Good Morning America on Tuesday to talk babies, being bald, and her upcoming film Perfect Stranger.

Here’s what Halle said about shaving her head during a slumber party scene for the upcoming romantic comedy Nappily Ever After: “The reason this movie is so important, as a woman — all the women relate — we define ourselves by our hair. When our hair is not right, somehow we’re not right. My character in a movie has an unfortunate event happen and she is forced to shave her head bald. Now she has to approach life as a bald-headed person and discover who she is.”

Inside are 10+ pictures and the videos of Halle‘s appearances on Good Morning America and The Late Show with David Letterman

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Nelly Furtado Gives It To Me

Timbland‘s first single, “Give It To Me,” featuring Nelly Furtado and Justin Timberlake, is already a hit nearing the Top 40 of the Billboard Pop 100 chart.

Check out the video of Nelly and Timbaland performing “Give It To Me” from today’s taping of Good Morning America.

Other artists featured on Timbaland‘s album: Missy Elliott, Fall Out Boy, Nicole Scherzinger, Elton John, Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, The Hives, Magoo, M.I.A. and Keri Hilson.

Timbaland says of his Shock Value album: “My mission is to blow up the boundaries and tear down the limits. I’m taking my music outside of the box. I’m not getting away from what I’m known for; I’m just going to a place where it’s all about the music, not about the labels on the music. That’s why I call it Shock Value – from the artists to the production, it will shock the system.”


Nelly Furtado & Timbaland perform “Give It To Me” on Good Morning America, 3/19

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