Dannielynn Birkhead and Janet Jackson got back together.
Anna Nicole Smith’s daughter spent some quality time with Jackson after attending the legendary entertainers concert in Cincinnati Saturday.
“After hours of singing, dancing and sweating at the @cincymusicfest we were able to hang out with @janetjackson,” Dannielynn’s father, Larry Birkhead, captioned an Instagram photo with the 15-year-old and Jackson, 56.
“She killed it, managed to record all her hits, sing and dance in the heat and still find time for two of her fans. A great weekend. How cute is Janet 👀 ❤️?”
The father-daughter duo are apparently die-hard fans of the “All for You” singer.
In another Instagram post before the concert, Larry shared that he and Dannielynn couldn’t decide who the bigger fan was.
“On our way to Dannielynn’s second Janet Jackson concert (my millionth 😂) in Cincinnati as we sit here discussing which of us is the bigger Janet fan. 😆”, he wrote under a photo of him and the teenager sitting on a couch together.
“It will be ‘Nasty’ outside with 100 degrees of weather, but we are looking forward to it. .”
This isn’t the first time the superfans have interacted with Jackson. They met in May when Dannielynn wore one of the Grammy winner’s iconic outfits.
Dannielynn paid tribute to Jackson at the Barnstable Brown Gala at the Kentucky Derby by wearing the same black pantsuit the “Rhythm Nation” singer wore to the same event in 2003.
“What a night! … Janet was so gracious and complimenting on Dannielynn in her outfit,” Larry wrote in a post-gala post. “She made Dannielynn so happy and even graciously posed for a photo with us.”
Meeting Jackson isn’t the only thing that makes the Kentucky Derby so special for the Birkheads. Larry met Dannielynn’s late mother, Smith, at the event — and that’s where their romance began.
Dannielynn was born in 2006, just five months before her model mother died of an accidental drug overdose at age 39.
Because Dannielynn was so young when Smith died, Larry revealed in a 2021 “20/20” special that their daughter “don’t really know a whole lot about her mother.”