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Jenna Dewan relives her time serving as Janet Jackson's backup dancer

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Jenna Dewan relived her time working as Janet Jackson's backup dancer as she shared a treasure trove of throwbacks from their time together.Dewan, 41, started off dancing with Janet in her music video Doesn't Really Matter before joining her on the All For You Tour.On Thursday, Dewan gushed about her old boss as she posted a slew of flashbacks documenting the experience to her Instagram account. 'TBT to living out one of my biggest dreams': Jenna Dewan relived her time working as Janet Jackson's backup dancer as she shared a treasure trove of throwbacks from their time together'TBT to living out one of my biggest dreams,' Jenna began in the caption. 'I had one goal and one goal only when moving to LA… and that was touring with the legend herself.'I not only had one of the most incredible experiences of my life touring with Janet but she also showed me just how powerful a woman can be while still having unwavering kindness and respect for everyone around her. 'Truly an experience of a lifetime.

I love you @janetjackson.'The epic throwbacks showed Jenna and Janet sharing an embrace and dancing on stage together in front of countless adoring fans.

Bust a move! The images showed Jenna shaking it on stage with Janet 'Truly an experience of a lifetime':Dewan, 41, started off working with Janet as a back-up dancer on her music video Doesn't Really Matter before joining her on the All For You Tour Crowd pleaser!Videos captured Jenna shaking her body on stage as Janet wowed audiences with her hitsVideos captured Jenna shaking her body on stage as Janet wowed audiences with her hits.She also included footage from the moment Janet gave her a shout-out on stage while honoring her backup dancers back in 2017.'All For You!' she said.

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