Janet Jackson Unexpectedly Postpones Part of 'Unbreakable' Tour

ABC News' Rachel Smith reports the buzziest stories in "GMA" Pop News.
3:43 | 12/26/15

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It is that time, "Pop news" and Rachel smith, you're in for Sara. Good to be here this holiday weekend. For Janet Jackson fans, they are getting no sleep because the singer announced a very mysterious message to fans shocking them when she announced she is postponing the new leg of her "Unbreakable" tour. It was supposed to kick off again in Colorado on January 9th, but Janet revealed she needs to have surgery tweeting please pray for me. My family and our entire company during this difficult time. She says ticket holders will be honored in a special bay when the new schedule announced so, of course, we are wishing Janet a speedy recovery. And very cryptic in her message saying that was all she was going to say about her situation and she'll be in touch soon basically. Tom still wants to wear that hat. I've been going through my outif is. Miss Jackson, if you're nasty. I got have see more. A bit congrats going out to Bristol Palin. The former "Dancing with the stars" finalist welcomed a baby girl saying it's sailor grace arrived and my heart doubled and showed off this pic of big brother, 7-year-old Tripp welcoming the new addition to the Fam and Sara Palin was there for the birth calling her the best gift ever. Ah. Congrats to you, sir. Juliette Elizabeth. Juliette Elizabeth. Exactly. Oh, and, guy, 'tis the season to od on Christmas music and if you got lyrics dancing around in your head you are so not alone. Readers of science focus magazine named Mariah Carey's "All I want for Christmas is you" is the ultimate Christmas earworm, right? It is. I love it, though. I can't get enough of it. It can be an earworm in my ear. It's all right because scientists say earworms are caught when you hear the same song played over and over which no doubt this song definitely is and can be triggeredably memories, even smells, now usually strike out of a fatigue, stress or boredom which most feel. Simultaneously. Simultaneously so how do you get rid of it. One study says try distracting your brain by chewing a stick of gum because it distracts your brain or maybe listen to the full song in its entirety so stop that one little portion of the song -- You think that's the answer? Playing the song in its entirety? Clears your ears. Striking up a conversation with a friend. You know, just something to completely distract. Justin Bieber stuck in my mind. I'm blaming you for that. I love it. Though, I can't get enough of it. I can't get enough of this. Disney park isis known for being the place for dreams come true and during their unforgettable Christmas celebration, one man's dream took center stage with the help from singer Jason derulo. Lewis surprised his fiancee with a public proposal doing it right like a true gent and getting down on one kneel and Lauren gave her new fiance with her answer and he serenaded them from "Can you feel the love tonight." What was her answer, by the way? Whether what do you think? Prenup. With that song -- Stop squashing -- I'm asking. Stop squashing the happiest place on Earth. "Can you feel the love," folks.

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