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Our 31 Favorite Janet Jackson Videos

Celebrate the pop queen with a look back at her sexiest and coolest vids, spanning her more than 30 years making hits

Happy Birthday, Janet Jackson! The pop star turns 51 today and she continues to slay the game...for over 30 years now. It's really impressive stuff.

Nobody ever really needs an excuse to go on a Janet Jackson binge, but right now seems like the perfect time to remind everyone just how awesome she truly is.

Take a trip through the sexy singer's illustrious career with a collection of our favorite Janet videos – But, be warned: Once you press play, you may not be able to stop. We love you, Janet.

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"What Have You Done For Me Lately?" (1986)

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"Nasty" (1986)

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"When I Think Of You" (1986)

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"The Pleasure Principle" (1987)

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"Rhythm Nation" (1989)

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"Come Back to Me" (1990)

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"Escapade" (1990)

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"Love Will Never Do (Without You)" (1990)

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"That's the Way Love Goes" (1993)

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"If" (1993)

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"Any Time, Any Place" (1994)

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"You Want This" (1994)

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"Scream" ft. Michael Jackson (1995)

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"Runaway" (1995)

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"Got 'til It's Gone" ft. Joni Mitchell & Q-Tip (1997)

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"Together Again" (1997)

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"I Get Lonely" (1998)

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"Go Deep" (1998)

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"What's It Gonna Be?!" ft. Busta Rhymes (1999)

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"Doesn't Really Matter" (2000)

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"All For You" (2001)

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"Someone to Call My Lover" (2001)

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"Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song is About You)" ft. Carly Simon & Missy Elliott (2001)

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"All Nite (Don't Stop)" (2004)

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"So Excited" ft. Khia (2006)

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"Feedback" (2008)

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"Rock With U" (2008)

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"Make Me" (2009)

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"Nothing" (2013)

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"No Sleeep" ft. J Cole (2015)

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"Dammn Baby" (2016)

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