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Janet Jackson is on fire.

On the heels of being honored at the 2015 BET Awards, Jackson is revealing that she has even more up her sleeve. If kicking off an international tour and completing her first album in seven year wasn’t enough, the pop star is now launching a jewelry line.

The 49-year-old revealed to Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday that she will be working on a diamond jewelry line called the Janet Jackson Unbreakable Diamonds collection.

According to the news outlet, Janet debuted the collection at the BET Awards when she rocked a heart-shaped necklace made with twenty-five carats of Fancy Intense Yellow diamonds. The necklace retails at $2 million. The beauty also wore a a thirteen carat Fancy Intense Yellow diamond ring which retails at $500K.

The singer will reportedly wear pieces from the line during her Unbreakable World Tour which kicks off this summer. By the way, Jackson’s new track, “No Sleeep” debuted on the Billboard Adult R&B chart at #15. Brilliant.

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Jennifer Hudson Is In Fear For Her Life, Gets Order Of Protection Against Ex-Fiancé David Otunga

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Jennifer Hudson has been granted a protective order against her former fiancé, David Otunga.

Apparently, after 10 years together, Jennifer and David broke-up for several months ago. However, things turned extremely sour while the pair were trying to work out a custody situation for their 8-year-old son, David Jr. According to the protection order, Jennifer claims the former wrestler exhibited “aggressive, threatening and harassing behavior toward me.” She also says, “I am now living in fear of further action David might take.”

After receiving the order of protection on Thursday, cops showed up to Hudson’s home, that she shared with David, and escorted him out.

Otunga’s attorney vehemently denies any wrongdoing on David’s behalf and claims that Jennifer is using this protection order as a ploy to get the courts to give her primary physical custody of David Jr.

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