Associated PressSinger Janet Jackson arrives at amfAR Cinema Against AIDS benefit at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc

Associated PressSinger Janet Jackson arrives at amfAR Cinema Against AIDS benefit at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc

Janet Jackson’s neat-freak flight

Janet Jackson does not have cooties. In fact, she is an apparent neat freak par excellence. Passengers on a flight from London to Los Angeles told the New York Post that they witnessed her “frantically” cleaning the area around her first-class seat before she sat in it, sopping the entire region with sanitizer.

“Janet had anti-bacterial spray,” said a “spy.” “This wasn’t a normal rubdown; this was 40 minutes of meticulously wiping everything.” Victoria Beckham was also allegedly on the flight, but seemed content to surround herself with the filth (hey, she was a Spice Girl, after all).

Here’s the real question: Jackson just married a billionaire. Where was her private jet?

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