Janet Jackson thinks bald women look ''beautiful'' and was keen to shave her head ahead of her 1993 world tour.
Janet Jackson wanted to shave her head.
The 53-year-old singer thinks bald women look ''beautiful'' and she hoped to start a trend with the look for her 1993 world tour, but never went ahead with the drastic makeover plan.
Janet made the revelation on Twitter after sharing an Instagram video featuring a young cancer sufferer named Gaby, whose older sister Camila explained her sibling thought she looked ugly because she had lost her eyebrows.
Camila then shocked Gaby by taking a razor to her own brows and telling her: ''These don't make you pretty. They don't make you.''
Janet wrote next to the clip: ''This made me cry. I was actually going to shave my head for the janet. Tour. I love a bald head on a woman. I think it's beautiful! You & your family are in my prayers. Stay positive & strong. You're so beautiful [prayer emojis] RT with a [heart emoji] to send love and support.(sic)''
Janet's post attracted attention from Rihanna and Michael B. Jordan.
Rihanna wrote: ''Wow! We [heart emoji] you Gaby.''
And Michael simply posted: ''keep fighting!!! (sic)''
Kelly Clarkson also shared the video on her Twitter account and praised the ''beautiful and powerful'' sisters.
She tweeted: ''I wish I could hug and hang with these two right now. You two are amazing and your big sister is right! You both are beautiful and powerful! You got this little sis! #bestsideofhumanity (sic)''
In her original Instagram post, Camila vowed to be by Gaby's side throughout her cancer battle.
She wrote: ''I LOVE YOU w every bone in my body. u fight b*tch & u do it damn well. hair does not make you. and even bald u still manage to b the prettiest sister. every battle u go thru, i promise to go thru it w u cus thats what mf sisters do (sic)''
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