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Janet Jackson: Diamonds are forever

Published 01/07/2015

Janet Jackson
Janet Jackson

Janet Jackson has revealed she’s preparing to release her own diamond jewellery line.

The 49-year-old singer announced the news on Tuesday, revealing the range will be called the Janet Jackson Unbreakable Diamonds collection.

The news comes after Janet’s incredible appearance draped in diamonds at the BET Awards over the weekend.

Janet ensured she was the centre of attention at the star-studded ceremony, where she accepted the Ultimate Icon: Music Dance Visual Award, by wearing a heart-shaped necklace from the range.

The jewel, worth $2 million, featured twenty-five carats of Fancy Intense Yellow diamonds and dazzled against the rest of Janet’s relatively simple ensemble.

She paired the necklace with a $500,000 Fancy Intense Yellow diamond ring for some added sparkle.

And now Janet’s fans can emulate their idol in a more affordable manner as she prepares to release her range.

Janet will be showcasing the collection on her Unbreakable World Tour, which starts on August 31 in Vancouver.

As Janet attended the BET Awards on Sunday, she appeared overcome with emotion as she accepted her award.

“My heart is full…,” she told the audience. “I’m so grateful for the support you’ve always given me… my beautiful mother and father, and my entire family, your love is unbreakable.

“Twenty-five years ago, we created Rhythm Nation hoping the world could be a better place. But today there is even more to be done. Let’s keep the conversation going.

“And finally, thank you to my loving husband, and to my fans, I love you.”

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