Washington, Mar 1 : Janet Jackson insists that she's the one encouraging her siblings to go ahead with the plans of a Jackson 5 reunion tour.
The singer slammed reports that she's shunning the comeback tour, saying that it's her who is urging the rest of the Jackson gang for the gig.
The R and B star was reportedly refusing to be a part of the group's planned world tour, which her older brother Jermaine Jackson is trying to organise.
However, she insisted that she'd love to hit the road with her family, but that would be possible of the rest of the Jackson gang would agree to the tour.
She told Larry King that she'd be pleased to join the legendary band again in their comeback gig.
"I would love to (tour with them). I get my brothers on the phone all the time. I'm the biggest fan of the Jacksons, The Jackson 5," Contactmusic quoted her, as saying.
"I have conference calls all the time pushing them to do a huge tour. I tell them if they did, I would love to open for them. I have never opened for anyone. My very first tour, I was the headline. It was a nation(wide) tour. I never opened for anyone. It would be an honour," she added.
When asked about which one of her siblings is trying to abstain from the comeback tour, Janet refused to take Michael's name.
"They would love to, but one of them is on the fence. You have to respect that. He's worked very hard at his solo career. I don't know. Maybe he'll come around. Still kind of working on him," she said.