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Janet Jackson yesterday made an unexpected guest appearence on at least two websites in a 34-second clip showing the singer sunbathing in her birthday suit. According to Reuters, the video "appears to have been shot surreptitiously through an opening in a fence surrounding an outdoor enclosure where the subject was lying on a chaise lounge (sic)".

The offending item popped up on both iFilm.com and ThisWebsiterules.com (the latter most certainly NSFW), although it has now disappeared, apparently because of swift legal sabre-rattling by Jackson. Indeed, iFilm.com last night posted a message stating: "Out of respect for Ms. Jackson, this film has been removed from IFILM.com."

Accordingly, Reuters rather usefully explains that the ThisWebsiterules.com version showed "a woman who appears to be Jackson is first seen lying on her back, tapping her hands beside her and moving her head back and forth as if listening to music.

"At one point, she appears to be rubbing lotion on her upper body, then her face is revealed as she sits up slightly. The woman is then shown lying facing down and reaching behind her to tap her buttocks rhythmically."

You get the idea. We hasten to add that Justin Timberlake at no point makes a cameo appearence in the video, nor is Ms Jackson - if indeed it is she - wearing any form of jub jewellery. And no, we don't know where the exposé can currently be seen. ®

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