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Review: Janet Jackson, unbound, preaches her gospel of sex in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS - The most revelatory moment of Janet Jackson's new Las Vegas residency, "Metamorphosis," didn't come from anything the notoriously private pop icon said onstage, but instead from what she allowed herself to do.

For the first time in what felt like ages, Jackson performed sensual, even provocative choreography; she ground and writhed into the stage, teased an audience member with a titillating chair routine and gyrated in sync with 14 dancers who emerged from various shadows of the dimly

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