Janet Jackson delivered an energetic, hit-filled comeback in New York City on Saturday night and was guest starring at the Panorama Music Festival on Randalls Island to rave reviews.
"You've killed #panorama yass queen" fan "Jojo" raved in a tweet .
"JANET JACKSON remembered who she is," tweeted another fan . Fans tweeted that Jackson proudly proclaimed, "I wrote my first # 1 at the age of 19," and once wordlessly glanced over their cheering, sold-out audience.
"There are many hits, right?" The actor boasted. "There will be much more!"
It was only the distraction that Jackson, 52, needed in the midst of a nasty divorce and custody battle ̵
"There are two things she wants to do: take care of her child and teach her off, helping her to get over her stress," the family source said.
An employee of the Jackson family told The Post that the singer had been preparing for the concert in the last few days by pacing up and down and doing a five- or six-hour training and then she says she's ready to work.
When her father died, Janet's thoughts were already preoccupied with her brother Michael, who died in June 2009, the family member said.
"Joseph was really sick and she thought about it. , , The family got a strange message, Joseph. , , would be passed on the very same day that Michael died, "said the Family Source.
The Patriarch died on June 27; The King of Pop died on June 25, 2009.
The insiders say that Janet, who has been touring for several weeks, is slowly returning to her old self and taking off the conservative garb she shares with her now alienated husband Wissam Al-Man, with whom she shares a 1 – One-year-old son, Eissa.
"When she was with Wissam, he did not allow her … treat her fans with some sexiness," the source said.
"She was not on stage herself – all hushed up, conservative."
Her costumes on tour included hot pants and dominatrix wear.
"This is Jan, who loves her fans, and Jan [who is] who fought through all this pain, through all these adversities," said the family. "She's a Jackson, damn it."