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Janet Jackson had to switch seats when she first saw Prince live - because she couldn't bear to watch the sexy star perform while sitting next to her God-fearing mother.
The Nasty singer was just a teenager aged 16 when she begged her mother Katherine, a devout Jehovah's Witness, for tickets to see her hero. Mom agreed her daughter could go to the show, but insisted on chaperoning her.
Jackson tells parade.com: "I did not want to sit next to mother because I knew the show dirty.
"I was trying to be cool and calm, but oh my God, I was sweating bullets: 'She's going to think, Good Lord, what is my baby into? She really needs more of God in her life! Where did I go wrong?' I could just hear mother blaming herself.
"Luckily, I got someone else to swap seats with me so I was able to enjoy the show."
Ironically, Prince was the leading chart rival of Janet's brother Michael throughout the 1980s and 1990s. - Wenn