Michael Jackson passed away on June 25, 2009 from cardiac arrest. Hollywood has come out in force to support Michael Jackson family during this time of grief. Michael Jackson's global fan base is also expressing their sadness at the passing of King of Pop
If you’re a huge Michael Jackson fan, hopefully you’re reading this story from Las Vegas. The reason I say that, is that starting tomorrow (May 30th) Vegas will host the largest Jacko collection auction in history.
The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino will be the setting for the landmark event. There was some legal red tape leading up to the sale, but the auction can now proceed after Jackson's lawyers settled the case with the chief executive of Universal Express and proprietor of the objects, Richard Altomare. The involved parties came to the realization that Jackson had no claim to the items.
Who's the mother of Michael Jackson's children? This question has been perplexing fans of the star for years. Now, an Englishwoman has stepped forward - claiming to be the mommy of the self-proclaimed King of Pop's three tots.
According to IOL news, "London-based Nona Paris Lola Jackson alleges she is the biological mother of the Thriller star's kids, Prince Michael I, Paris Michael and Prince Michael II (aka Blanket)." Now, a Los Angeles court judge has given Nona three months to find evidence to support her case.
Neverland may be never more. It appears that after 2 years, there is finally interest in the estate once roamed by Michael Jackson and a host of other creatures.
According to Page Six reports, "the "King of Pop" quietly put the sprawling, 2,700-acre Santa Barbara estate on the market several years ago to help pay off $200 million in debt - but there were no takers for the tacky ranch until now."
Michael Jackson is brewing over the fact that someone else is about to get rich off his stuff. The "King of Pop" is considering legal action to stop an auction set to sell off more than 1,100 Jackson family items.
"Mr. Jackson was not aware and he is extremely upset that his memorabilia was included amongst the memorabilia that is being auctioned off," said spokeswoman Raymone K. Bain.
Michael Jackson has considered regularly performing in Las Vegas. And if the ‘King of Pop’ does put in a regular appearance, it seems he would need the help of a fifty foot neon robot created in his own likeness.
According to designers interviewed by the New York Daily News, the massive neon Jackson would be in view of incoming flights and would shoot laser beams into the desert night.
The always strange and surprising Michael Jackson is at it again. ‘It’ would be in reference to his screwball behavior. ‘The King of Pop’ got attention again this past week with ludicrous demands.
The idolized superstar has spent some of his most recent time at England’s luxurious Jumeirah Carlton Tower. According to the London Evening Standard, “Jackson arrived at the hotel with his famed children and a swarm of bodyguards.”
The "King of Pop" himself, Michael Jackson, spent the past few days soaking up the limelight in Japan. Among his stops… a military meet and greet and two civilian parties aimed at raising money for the celebrity.
The amount of time Jackson has spent abroad has been significant, especially since the 2005 molestation accusations. Much of his time has been in Bahrain, France, and Ireland, with the “King of Pop” now showing off in Japan.
Speculation as to whether Michael Jackson would be making an appearance on hit tv show 'American Idol' seems to have been put to rest.
The rumors started a few weeks ago, after Robin Leach reported in his Luxe Life blog that the entertainer was meeting with American Idol mastermind Simon Fuller in Las Vegas to discuss his comeback strategy.
Jackson denied these claims, stating there is "absolutely no truth to the rumor" he would be appearing on the Fox talent competition.
Michael Jackson just can't seem to find his way out of the court room. After being found 'not guilty' of child molestation charges, The King of Pop now finds himself being sued by the family of an elderly woman who was moved from her hospital bed to accommodate the star.
The civil complaint was filed Thursday, on the two-year anniversary of the death of 73-year-old Manuela Gomez Ruiz.
According to TeenHollywood, the eight children of Ruiz filed the suit, alleging Jackson and celebrity-obsessed hospital staff moved their mother out of her death bed and tormented her family.