Well, Tiana Adams must feel like a fool right now. The fan filed a class action lawsuit against Live Nation for failing to refund fans' money who expected to attend Janet Jackson's Unbreakable World Tour before the pop star revealed she was taking a break to start a family. Adams claims Live Nation didn't hand out refunds because the shows were "postponed" and not cancelled, and thought that was fishy. She's not wrong.
But someone should have told Tiana to be a little more patient. Janet reportedly has plans to re-purpose the show and kick it off beginning this fall. Some fans noticed their tickets for postponed dates received an update on Ticketmaster earlier in the month. It's now called the State of the World Tour, a track title off 1989's Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814. One fan claimed their Fort Lauderdale show was updated to this December. Another claims their Portland date moved to September.
Adding fuel to the fire is a newly-added countdown clock on Jackson's website. As of now, in just over two days she'll reveal some big news. Odds are it's a tour announcement.