The trial in which doctor Murray is charged with recklessly killing of Michael Jackson started with some shocking evidence of the case brought by prosecutors. The first evidence was a shocking picture with Michael Jackson shortly after death. The artist appears intubated and with cannula on hand. During trial, doctor Murray several times broke into tears, saying he is innocent. His lawyer said in court that Michael Jackson took Lorazepam and propofol alone and ‘died so quickly that he never got to close his eyes’. The second evidence brought before the judge was a recording, made on May 10th, 2009. During recording, Michael Jackson is struggling to link a few words with a weak voice...Read More
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More than two years after Jackson’s death, his children are still struggling to recover. His daughter, Paris Jackson, is still sleeping with his jacket. Recently, Jackson’s mother gave an interview to Daily Mail in which she talked about the family life continuing after the disappearance of Michael Jackson. Katherine Jackson pointed out that she daily sees Michael through her three grandchildren who have inherited his traits of character and most of all Paris, the 13 years old daughter of Michael, is affected very much by his loss. “Paris has all the walls of her room full of pictures with him. When I called a decorator to make changes, she put them all back...Read More
The singer will be doing a new version of her Las Vegas show that will also include a tribute song to the king of pop, Michael Jackson who wanted to do a show in Las Vegas himself. So naturally Celine Dion had to talk a bit about the whole thing before actually going through with it. This is what Celine Dion had to say about meeting Michael Jackson after one of her Las Vegas shows: “I’ll never forget the day he came to see my show (A New Day). He sat toward the back. Afterward he came to talk to me. He wanted to know about doing the show, what it took. I think he was interested in maybe doing the same thing on the Strip.” Well at least now Celine Dion is going to make that wish of Michael Jackson’s come true… at least in a small measure...Read More
It seems that Michael Jackson’s brother doesn’t really believe that his late brother’s new album is actually the real thing. Answering questions through his twitter account, Randy Jackson had the following to say about the upcoming Michael Jackson album: “Me and my nephew were the first to say that it wasn’t his voice on some of the tracks. The family and the executers of the Estate, Branca and Mclain are not on the same page. We don’t see eye to eye” Well, it’s not like Michael Jackson left his estate in the best of states so they will probably get out of some serious debt with this new album… but it sure doesn’t sound like Michael Jackson. And even if they are all un-released songs from him, there was probably a good reason they were never released.
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The samples and trailers for the upcoming big posthumous release of Michael Jackson’s new album are starting to pour and there’s a new song out there bearing the late pop legend’s name called “Breaking News”. Unfortunately, when you listen to it you can pretty much figure out how come this has been part of the unreleased tracks of Michael Jackson. The song really doesn’t do him too much justice, musically it doesn’t stand out too much, typical stuff for the king himself, and lyrically it’s pretty much filled with vanity. Michael Jackson probably wouldn’t have wanted this song to ever be released, but hey, whatever sells is good these days, eh?Read More
Sony Music paid 250 million dollars to Michael Jackson?s hares for the right to edit ten more albums with Michael?s music and release them under the name of The King Of Pop. The new material that is supposed to be released in November does not have a name yet. Rodney Jerkins, the producer of Michael?s last studio album ?Invincible?, released in 2001, is the one preparing and releasing the albums. Michael Jackson died on a Thursday, on the 25th of June 2009.Read More
You would think that when a doctor kills a man due to poor professional conduct, the first thing to go will be that doctor?s license. It?s getting close to a year since Michael Jackson passed from the land of the living and just now a petition to revoke Dr. Conrad Murray?s license has appeared. And this is what Jerry Brown, Attorney General, had to say about the recent request: “The defendant is alleged to have administered a lethal dose of Propofol and other powerful drugs to patient MJ, which resulted in the patient’s death. The exercise of such poor professional judgment and placing the life of a patient in jeopardy requires that the California Medical Board take measures to protect the public from future harm.” But it probably makes no difference...Read More
It has been confirmed that the Michael Jackson estate has signed the biggest deal ever in music ? up to $250 million with a guarantee of $200 million. The deal was made with Sony Music Entertainment, and according to the Associated Press, the contract is for 10 projects over seven years. One album is said to debut in November, which contains never-before released recordings. It?s being said that the late singer left enough material for at least three albums of fresh music. A source says that the royalty rate on foreign sales is the key to the deal and 2/3 of the sales of the King of Pop?s records traditionally have been outside the US. Sony also gets a two-year extension for the right to distribute the Michael Jackson catalog to 2017.Read More
The doctor at the centre of the Michael Jackson investigation made an emotional plea to a church congregation Sunday morning, according to reports.
RadarOnline claims that Dr Conrad Murray walked up to the pulpit at the Antioch Baptist Church in Houston and emotionally asked his fellow worshippers for their prayers.
“Dr Murray told the congregation he wanted their support,” a source told Radar.
“He said he wanted to assure them he was doing fine, and he asked for their prayers for the journey he has ahead.”
Miranda Sezcik, a spokesperson for Murray’s lawyer Edward Chernoff, revealed to RadarOnline: “There wasn’t a dry eye in the church.”
Murray was Jackson’s personal physician and administered the anaesthetic Propofol to him at his house.
LA coroners ruled Jackson’s June 25 death as ...Read More
Even though it had a pretty rough start, it seems that the ?This is It? documentary about Michael Jackson?s rehearsals finally paid off. Internationally, the documentary has taken in 200 million dollars, even though in the USA the revenues were at a timid 61 million. It seems Michael Jackson has more supporters abroad than in his home country. You have to wonder how much of these revenues Joe Jackson plans to claim? after all, he was the one that brought Michael Jackson up and has truly shown immense values of character after his son?s death. He should be entitled to his fair share!Read More