Elton John has had some incredibly harsh words for Janet Jackson. Radar Online reported on Feb. 26, 2016, Elton John blasted Janet Jackson with allegations that she lip-syncs after she recently was hit with a crisis with her health. This is the hottest new feud in the music industry.
During a recent interview Elton John said that Janet Jackson has been lip-syncing during her performances. Elton John than took off on music magazines for writing reviews claiming Janet Jackson puts on the greatest shows. He wants to know how this is possible if she lip-syncs her songs and said he would rather go to see a drag queen perform than see Janet Jackson.
This isn’t the first time Elton John has attacked a performer for lip-syncing. Back in 2004 he blasted Madonna for doing this after she was nominated for the best live act at the Q Awards. He went on to say in view of how much money people pay to see entertainers live on stage he thinks everyone who lip-syncs onstage in public should be shot. A little later he extended apologies for this rant.
Meanwhile Janet Jackson has been hit hard with a health scare which forced her to postpone her Unbreakable World Tour. A source has said doctors discovered a growth in her vocal cords which could be very serious. There have been concerns she could have a cancerous tumor. This demanded immediate medical attention.
ET Online also reported on Elton John’s harsh words for Janet Jackson. The internationally popular 68 year old musician took off on Janet Jackson during a recent interview with Rolling Stone. In reference to his criticisms of Janet Jackson for lip-syncing during live performances Elton John went on to say the media in the United States treats celebrities with kid gloves.
Elton John feels Americans seem to think their stars are some type of royalty who deserve an easy ride. This is some incredibly controversial stuff coming from one of the most talented and successful entertainers of all times. One thing is for sure, anyone who has ever seen him onstage knows Elton John does not lip-sync during live performances.