The full title is Wardrobe Malfunction: Janet Jackson, Justin Timberlake and the Power of Desperation. It's a deep dive into the infamous incident in which Janet Jackson purposely exposed herself to over 100 million people during the '04 Super Bowl halftime show.
In addition to the incident itself, I discuss the effects that it had on politics, tech and the entertainment industry, #MeToo allegations against former Viacom CEO Les Moonves, the history of Janet's career dating back to "Good Times," the time Bobby Brown kicked her out of a hotel room with no clothes on, how '80s-era black R&B gradually gave way to white pop stars like Justin Timberlake and the evolving critical response to Timberlake's music, among other things.
It drops, in paperback and ebook, 3/29, the same day Janet is inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The Kindle Edition is now available for pre-order.