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Janet's Anger at Michael Jackson's Death Helps Her Play Film Role

March 20, 2010 (4:39 am) GMT
Janet Jackson reveals that she used her anger at Michael Jackson's death in playing 'Why Did I Get Married Too?' scene, saying 'there was some stuff that was right there for me.'

channeled her anger at the death of her beloved brother into one furious scene in 's new movie "", when she had to smash up furniture with a golf club.

The singer/actress reprises her role as a psychotherapist in the sequel to the 2007 movie "" and admits she found the emotional scene therapeutic after a tough 2009, which saw her split from longtime boyfriend and lose the King of Pop.

She says, "You have to dig deep but there was some stuff that was right there for me. Stuff that had just happened, with my brother passing, and also relationships, experiencing exactly that." Michael Jackson suffered a fatal cardiac arrest in June 2009.

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