Janet Jackson To Resume Tour After Bout With Migraines

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Janet Jackson will finally resume her "Rock Witchu" tour after three weeks of postponements since being struck with migraine-associated vertigo. Jackson will make her scheduled appearance tonight in Washington, D.C. All nine of the postponed shows will reportedly be rescheduled. "After a thorough medical evaluation, it has been confirmed that Janet's symptoms are being caused by a rare form of migraine called vestibular migraine, or migraine-associated vertigo, for which she is currently receiving treatment," said a statement. "Janet wanted very much to resume her tour so as not to disappoint her fans, but she continued to suffer from vertigo and could not perform," Jackson's manager Kenneth Crear said. "She's feeling much better and is ready to hit the road again to finish the tour."

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