The world's most famous nipple is on its way to Hong Kong - and it's attached to the sister of the world's most famous dead man.
Janet Jackson, the slightly less talented, slightly less plastic and slightly more sane sibling of the late King of Pop is, remarkably, kicking off a huge world tour right on our very doorstep.
The 'Number Ones' tour will feature 35 of her best-selling hits, to be performed in 35 cities around the world.
In an online poll, fans on Jackson's website voted for Hong Kong as the city from which she should launch the groundbreaking tour. She'll be doing just that at the Convention and Exhibition Centre on February 14, Valentine's Day.
Apparently for this tour Jackson prefers to perform in intimate venues where she can be closer to her adoring audience - a bug she picked up after a recent private show at New York's Radio City Music Hall.
Jackson, who shocked all of America during a Super Bowl half-time show with Justin Timberlake when she suffered that 'wardrobe malfunction', has been a busy pop star - she is soon to release a self-help book that sheds light on her dieting and exercise secrets, and she also stars in the upcoming film For Colored Girls, alongside Whoopie Goldberg and Thandie Newton.