Janet Jackson Two-Times Her 'Lover'

Singer prepares two versions of video for next single.

Pop vixen Janet Jackson's "All for You" video has fared nicely, and she may be counting on her next clip, "Someone to Call My Lover," to do twice as well — she's releasing two different versions of it.

The first video is for the album track, and the second is for a Jermaine Dupri remix aimed at a younger audience. Both clips were directed by Francis Lawrence (Backstreet Boys, Jennifer Lopez) and shot on soundstages and on location in and around Los Angeles. They will both debut the week of June 12.

Dupri will co-star in the remix version; since his sequences were filmed separately from Jackson's, the two won't appear in any of the same shots. According to a spokesperson for Jackson, both videos feature the singer driving up a country road, singing in her car and shaking her thang at a juke joint.

"Someone to Call My Lover" is the second single from Janet's All for You, and the track is based around a sample from America's 1972 hit "Ventura Highway" (see "Janet Reminisces Over 'All For You,' Slots 'Lover' For Next Single").

(For a full-length interview with Janet Jackson, check out "Janet Jackson: Feels So Right".)