In the second part of her tell-all documentary, 'JANET', the 'When I Think of You' artist reveals that she has 'moved on' from the infamous 2004 Super Bowl incident and urges everyone else 'to do the same.'

AceShowbiz - Janet Jackson has gotten candid about the current nature of her relationship with Justin Timberlake. The "When I Think of You" songstress revealed that she and the "Suit & Tie" crooner are "good friends" after their infamous "nipplegate" Super Bowl scandal.

In the second part of her tell-all documentary "JANET", the Grammy-winning artist said, "Justin and I are very good friends and we will always be very good friends. We spoke just a few days ago." She added that she and the "Can't Stop the Feeling" hitmaker "have moved on" and stressed that "it is time for everyone else to do the same."

Janet also insisted that the wardrobe malfunction "was an accident that should not have happened." She added, "But everyone is looking for someone to blame and that's gotta stop," before stressing, "This whole thing was blown way out of proportion."

Earlier this month, Janet told Allure for it's February issue that it's still "tough" for her to talk about the scandal. In the interview, the "Escapade" songstress briefly addressed her halftime performance with Justin at the 2004 Super Bowl.

"It's tough for me to talk about that time," Janet went on to say. She continued, "What's really important is going back to having that foundation. Not just family, but God. That's what really pulled me through."

Prior to the interview with Allure, Janet was allegedly not happy with "The New York Times Presents" documentary about her "nipplegate" scandal. Shortly after "Malfunction: The Dressing Down of Janet Jackson" premiered, she reportedly wanted the film to "go away."

"She wants that documentary to go away," Janet's former stylist Wayne Scot Lukas told Page Six last November. The fashion consultant added, "She didn't ask for a 'Free Janet' documentary. She's not interested."

Wayne went on to share that Janet specifically asked those who have worked with her to not participate in the tell-all. "She asked us not to do it. She wants to tell her own story," he explained.

The fashion stylist added that Janet "will have her final say" in her documentary "JANET" produced by A&E and Lifetime. In the four-hour documentary, Janet also unveiled about how her brother Michael Jackson body shamed her and addressed rumors about having a "secret" baby with her ex-husband James DeBarge.

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