Janet Jackson Tour: See The Pop Singer's Rescheduled Tour Dates [VIDEO]

That didn’t take long, after postponing her schedules in late December after announcing to undergo surgery, the pop star tweeted her fans last Thursday letting them know that she’s back on track and her tour dates are rescheduled.

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Despite putting her schedules on hold, ET reports that rumors are spreading that the 49-year-old singer might have cancer, which she then quickly responded that such rumors are untrue. By January of this year, she refuted those claims through a video on her social media account saying, “The rumors are untrue. I do not have cancer. I'm recovering."

According to Entertainment Tonight, the tour was originally scheduled to relaunch on Jan. 9. Jackson's first rescheduled date is for Tuscon, Arizona on May 23, and the rest of the tour picks up in July.

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Check out the rescheduled tour dates below:

5/23 -- Tucson, Arizona, Tucson Arena
7/1 -- Denver, Colorado, Pepsi Center
7/3 -- Portland, Oregon, Moda Center
7/5 -- Seattle, Washington, KeyArena
7/7 -- Sacramento, California, Sleep Train Arena
7/8 -- Anaheim, California, Honda Center
7/11 -- San Antonio, Texas, AT&T Center
7/13 -- Houston, Texas, Toyota Center
7/15 -- Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Center
7/16 -- Tulsa, Oklahoma, BOK Center
7/18 -- Kansas City, Missouri, Sprint Center
7/20 -- St. Louis, Missouri, Chaifetz Arena
7/22 -- Indianapolis, Indiana, Bankers Life Fieldhouse
7/23 -- Detroit, Michigan, The Palace of Auburn Hills
7/25 -- Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center
7/26 -- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, CONSOL Energy Center
8/4 -- Fort Lauderdale, Florida, BB&T Center
8/5 -- Jacksonville, Florida, Veterans Memorial Arena
8/7 -- Atlanta, Georgia, Philips Arena
8/9 -- Washington, DC, Verizon Center
8/10 -- Winston-Salem, North Carolina LJVM Coliseum
8/12 -- Columbia, South Carolina, Colonial Life Arena
8/14 -- Baltimore, Maryland, Royal Farms Arena
8/15 -- Brooklyn, New York, Barclays Center
8/17 -- Newark, New Jersey, Prudential Center
8/18 -- Boston, Massachusetts, TD Garden
8/20 -- Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Sands Events Center
8/21 -- Hartford, Connecticut, XL Center
8/24 -- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Wells Fargo Center
8/28 -- Cleveland, Ohio, Quicken Loans Arena

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