Boobygate star Janet Jackson will perform without a net (read: live!) on tonight's fourth annual BET Awards. That's right, the six or eight-second delay typical for most live shows will not be instituted despite Jackson's now-legendary wardrobe malfunction at the Super Bowl last February. "We have every confidence in our production and every confidence in our talent," a BET rep tells the New York Post. "We've always done this show live, and we see no reason to change it at this point." Translation: Send the kids to bed early, light some candles and get those TiVos fired up!
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