Singer Janet Jackson’s career spans 40 years and includes million selling albums as well as film and television appearances. So why hasn’t she been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame yet? That’s the question some fans have asked and they’ve banned together to make that a reality. They’ve not only gotten a petition to have Jackson inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame, but put together a video expressing their thoughts on the matter that they hope goes viral. Hopefully, the video will help. Janet certainly deserves the honor. Attention all amateur vocalists, rappers, dancers, comedians, spoken word artists and others, the legendary Apollo Theater will hold auditions in three east coast cities in September for its Amateur Night show, which is in its 82n year. Auditions will be held in Philadelphia at the Kimmel Center on September 71, at the Apollo Theater in New York City on September 24 and will conclude on October 1 at Howard University in Washington DC. Those chosen from the auditions will have the opportunity to perform on the Apollo stage and win a grand prize of $20,000. Billing itself as “the place where stars are born and legends are made”, the Apollo Theater eventually became famous for launching the careers of such artists as Ella Fitzgerald, Jimi Hendrix, The Jackson 5, Billie Holiday, Jazmine Sullivan, Patti LaBelle, Lauryn Hill, James Brown, Parliament-Funkadelic and many more. For a complete list of audition guidelines and rules, visit apollotheater.org. As Rhianna prepares for her Video Vanguard Award performance at the 2016 Video Music Awards this weekend, she announced that the next single from her “Anti” album will be “Love On The Brain.” The singer made the announcement via an Instagram post of a video of her singing the song in concert with a caption that read #nextsingle. A few shots of tequila can make for strange bed fellows. After bonding over drinks in a New York club in 2011, Wu Tang Clan member RZA and Interpol front man Paul Banks have announced that they will release an album titled “Anything But Words” on Friday, which will blend hip hop and rock and include cameo appearances from Ghostface Killa, Method Man, Kool Keith and Florence Welch. DJ Khaled will secure yet another gig for the weekend. the DJ/producer/Snapchat extraordinaire will be bringing his major keys and more to the 2016 Video Music Awards as a host for Sunday’s pre-show and correspondent for the main event along with Charlamagne The God and Lizzo of Wonderland. To celebrate his VMA role, Khaled shot a promotional spot. The Video Music Awards pre-show will air Sunday at 8 p.m. followed by the live show at 9 p.m. on MTV.