Janet Jackson brought the dance party to “The Tonight Show” for her first late-night appearance in 14 years.
The pop icon debuted her new single “Made for Now” with Daddy Yankee on Friday’s show.
Joined by dancers from all over the globe, Janet recreated the Dave Meyers-directed music video.
African drummers took over the aisles for the opening before Daddy Yankee introduced the pop icon, who emerged in a revolving throne.
Much like the video, the choreographed performance was a dance celebration featuring an international crew from Ghana, Nigeria, Grenada, Trinidad, and the U.S.
Decked out in African attire, Janet thrilled with her moves, while Daddy Yankee injected his reggaeton flavor into the feel-good set.