Janet Jackson Reflects on Tour Life and Mommyhood After Sold-Out NYC Show

The iconic singer has been on tour since April--the show wraps up in Seattle in June.

Janet Jackson has been wowing fans nightly during her Together Again Tour. After a recent sold-out show at Madison Square Garden, the iconic singer reflected on performing in front of audiences again and on her greatest joy, being a mom to her 6-year-old son.

In a backstage interview with Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier, Jackson talked about seeing the diverse generations of fans in her audiences. "It's always nice for me and I love when I see the different generations," she added, "And even here, I meet some of the fans backstage after the show. And they'll say, 'You know, I first saw you when I was such and such age, and my mother took me and now my daughter and my son, and I'm bringing them to the show and they watch your videos.' So it's always nice to have the different generations."

The tour comes as Jackson is celebrating 50 years in the music business. "This one's special," she added. "I started young but it means a great deal to me to still have God allow me to do what it is that I do. I'm so appreciative. And for the people to still be interested to come and see what it is that that I do, that we do. I'm very, very fortunate and very appreciative."

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At the Madison Square Garden show, Jackson brought out Busta Rhymes and the pair performed their 1998 hit single, "What's It Gonna Be," to the delight of the fans.

In her interview with Frazier, Jackson also gushed about her 6-year-old son Eissa whom she shares with ex-husband Wissam Al-Mana.

"He's great. I love it," said Jackson when asked about how motherhood's been treating her. "I love it. I absolutely love it. I wish I had two more babies! I'm just thankful God gave me Eissa. I'm very fortunate."

The tour has been wowing audiences and even designer Christian Siriano who designed one of her costumes.

He told ET, "It was so cool because what's great is to see it in movement," Siriano says. "We do fittings and I've done so many red carpets and so many events, and I've dressed Janet before but to see it in movement, like, in a real show was just incredible. And Janet dances the whole time, so I'm also nervous. I'm like, 'Oh my God, the beads are gonna pop off!' But they don't. You get nervous, but it always ends up being great."

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