Janet marks Michael Jackson’s 60th posthumous birthday with 1992 music video

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Late singer, Michael Jackson, would have been sixty years old on Wednesday if he were to be alive.

To celebrate the day, his sister, Janet Jackson, collaborated with a social media influencer, Kwaylon Rogers, to release a video inspired by Michael’s 1992 music video.

Janet shared the video on both her Twitter and Instagram social media pages.

In the one minute, 11-second clip, Janet plays the queen passing judgment on dancers, just like Iman did in the late singer’s 1992 video.

Michael’s “Remember the Time” video, co-starring Eddie Murphy and Magic Johnson, was hailed as a masterpiece.

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According to TMZ, the project came about after Rogers and Janet met at the Billboard Awards earlier this year. They hit it off and, soon after, Rogers pitched the idea of reimagining Michael’s hit video and releasing it on Wednesday, the day he would’ve turned 60.

Sources close to Rogers revealed that the group rehearsed for a day and shot the video the next day to Janet’s liking.

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