"Whoops Now" and "What'll I Do" are songs by American singer Janet Jackson from her fifth studio album, janet. (1993). They were released in January 1995 as the album's eighth and ninth single, respectively.
"Whoops Now" and "What'll I Do" were released as a double A-side in Europe, Japan, and Oceania, whereas the latter was released on its own in Oceania as well as certain European markets. Both releases included janet.'s "The Body That Loves You" as a B-side. "Whoops Now" was added as a hidden track on the regular edition of janet. after the interlude "Sweet Dreams", while the UK and Japanese pressings of the album list the tracks separately. An edited version of the song also appears on the international version of Jackson's first greatest hits package, Design of a Decade: 1986-1996. The shorter version omits the very slightly risqué coda about activities in Anguilla. A remix of "What'll I Do" by Dave Navarro appears on Jackson's second remix album janet. Remixed.
"What'll I Do" is a cover of a Johnny Daye song called "What'll I Do For Satisfaction", which was released in 1967 and written by Joe Shamwell and Steve Cropper.
The overall chart performances for the singles were mildly successful, charting inside the top ten in Austria, France, and the United Kingdom, and inside the top twenty in Australia (for "What'll I Do"; "Whoops Now" peaked at number forty-nine), Denmark, Germany, and Switzerland. "Whoops Now" managed to peak at number one in New Zealand for one week.
The video for "Whoops Now" was directed by Yuri Elizondo, the younger brother of Jackson's ex-husband, René Elizondo, Jr., and depicts Jackson and her friends having fun in Jackson's favorite vacation spot, Anguilla. It appears on the video compilation Design of a Decade 1986/1996. The video for "What'll I Do" is a concert performance taken from the janet. Tour, and has never been released commercially.