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Pride of Britain Awards: Janet Jackson, 53, looks chic in all-black ensemble

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Pride of Britain Awards: Janet Jackson, 53, looks chic in all-black ensemble as she makes a surprise appearance at event

She is one of the most iconic performers in history who  has sold more than 160m records.

And Janet Jackson took a break from her hectic schedule as she made a surprise appearance at the 2019 Pride of Britain Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Monday.

The All For You singer, 53, looked chic in a slouchy black top paired with a three-quarter-length coat and joggers as she posed up a storm. 

Surprise: Janet Jackson took a break from her hectic schedule as she made a surprise appearance at the 2019 Pride of Britain Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Monday

Surprise: Janet Jackson took a break from her hectic schedule as she made a surprise appearance at the 2019 Pride of Britain Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Monday

Surprise: Janet Jackson took a break from her hectic schedule as she made a surprise appearance at the 2019 Pride of Britain Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Monday

The star boosted her height with black stiletto boots and accessorised with chunky gold chains and bracelets.

Her auburn curls were worn over one shoulder while fluttery lashes and berry lipstick adorned her youthful visage. 

Back in August Janet Jackson said it was  challenging juggling life in the spotlight with raising son Eissa Al Mana, two in a candid interview with Stellar Magazine.

‘It is hard being a working mother. I don’t have a nanny, I do it all myself,’ the 53-year-old told the publication.

Looking good: The All For You singer, 53, looked chic in a slouchy black top paired with a three-quarter-length coat and joggers as she posed up a storm

Looking good: The All For You singer, 53, looked chic in a slouchy black top paired with a three-quarter-length coat and joggers as she posed up a storm

Looking good: The All For You singer, 53, looked chic in a slouchy black top paired with a three-quarter-length coat and joggers as she posed up a storm

Winner: Janet looked delighted as she posed with Dame Elizabeth Anionwu who picked up the Lifetime Achievement Award

Winner: Janet looked delighted as she posed with Dame Elizabeth Anionwu who picked up the Lifetime Achievement Award

Winner: Janet looked delighted as she posed with Dame Elizabeth Anionwu who picked up the Lifetime Achievement Award

 ‘Of course, when I’m working someone watches him, but it’s my baby and me,’ Janet added.  

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The five-time Grammy Award-winner, who shares Eissa with ex-husband, Qatari billionaire Wissam Al Mana, went on to tell Stellar that fame isn’t for everybody.

‘You really have to be thick-skinned for this. You can really go in the wrong direction, there’s so much temptation, all kinds of crazy things.’  

More than 100 of the UK’s biggest stars came together at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards to honour the nation’s unsung heroes on the landmark 20th anniversary of the event. 

The awards recognise and celebrate ordinary people up and down the country doing extraordinary things. 

Delight: The pair looked over the moon as they posed up at the inspirational awards

Delight: The pair looked over the moon as they posed up at the inspirational awards

Delight: The pair looked over the moon as they posed up at the inspirational awards

Hosted by Carol Vorderman, celebrities and public figures including Prince Charles, Robert Downey Jr, Sir Ben Kingsley, Dua Lipa, Ant & Dec, Chris Pratt, Michael Sheen, Adam Lambert, Christine Lampard, Sir Michael Caine, Jonathan Ross, Suranne Jones, and the judges and casts of Strictly Come Dancing and X Factor will be honouring this year’s awe-inspiring winners.    

Carol Vorderman said: ‘Pride of Britain is such a huge part of my life, it’s hard to believe it’s 20 years since we first started. In that time, it has found a place at the heart of British life, and the winners represent the very best of us. I never fail to be humbled by them, and this year’s are no different.’

The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards, in partnership with TSB, will be broadcast on ITV on 5th November at 8pm.     

Well done: Janet was pleased to offer her support to Elizabeth who pvercame a brutal childhood and prejudice to become a nurse and transform care for people with sickle cell disease

Well done: Janet was pleased to offer her support to Elizabeth who pvercame a brutal childhood and prejudice to become a nurse and transform care for people with sickle cell disease

Well done: Janet was pleased to offer her support to Elizabeth who pvercame a brutal childhood and prejudice to become a nurse and transform care for people with sickle cell disease

 

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