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Jamie King, writer/director of the “Michael Jackson One” Cirque Du Soleil show and former MJ backup dancer, talks to the WSJ’s Lee Hawkins about the challenge of doing a show that lives up to Jackson’s high standards and his working relationship with John Branca, chairman of The Michael Jackson Co. and co-executor of Jackson’s estate. According to the estate, Jackson has sold more than 50 million records since his death, and 70 percent of his sales come from outside the United States. King also discusses “Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour,” which he also wrote and directed.
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Ohio State’s marching band performed a tribute to Michael Jackson this Saturday (10/19/13), and what salute to the king of pop would be complete without an anti-gravity lean and a moon walk?
This is so amazing! CP♥
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London’s musical seniors are at it again, but this time it’s spooky.
Now, specially for Halloween, they have recreated Michael Jackson’s Thriller.
The videos have been led by recreation coordinator Sarah Urquhart, who wanted to find a fun way to help residents learn about technology.
People have viewed the videos from all over the world.
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Every fan girl’s dream………♥••*´¨`*•.☆
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“Michael: The Last Photo Shoots” is a fascinating behind the scenes look at Michael Jackson’s last magazine cover photo shoots and the struggle to make them happen. It is a unique story told through the eyes of several of Michael’s closest friends, photographers and stylists that had helped Michael prepare for his planned comeback in 2007.
In 2007, after several years of living over-seas in seclusion, Michael returned to the United States wanting to make a comeback onto the music scene. Taking the cover of L’UOMO Vogue for its October 2007 issue was Michael’s first step. On September 14, 2007 in New York, Photographer Bruce Weber and Vogue Fashion Editor / Michael Jackson’s personal stylist Rushka Bergman captured the magic of the King of Pop for the 25th Anniversary of the release of Thriller.
On September 24, 2007 in Brooklyn, NY, Michael Jackson did an interview and another photo shoot for Ebony Magazine for its December 2007 issue. This was Michael’s first United States interview and magazine story in a decade.
Michael had a love for art and being an artist himself, Michael had said that he had wanted to be photographed in a space “where art lives on forever.” Ebony selected the Brooklyn Museum of Art as the location. While many magazine covers were done throughout Michael’s career, the Vogue and Ebony shoots were very important to Michael as these were for his comeback. Through these photos, Michael’s image as art lives on forever.
Along with never before seen footage of Michael, “Michael: The Last Photo Shoots” contains engaging interviews with Rushka Bergman (Contributing Fashion Editor of L’Uomo Vogue, Vogue Italia and Michael Jackson’s personal stylist), Phillip Bloch (widely considered to be one of Hollywood’s premier fashion stylists), Bruce Weber (famed photographer and filmmaker) and Kabuki (legendary make-up artist from Northern England known for his unique flair and artistry with make-up and imagery and one of the most exciting talents in fashion today).
There are captivating interviews with Bryan Monroe (an award winning journalist, CNN Politics editor, team leader of the winner of the Pulitzer Price Gold Medal, former Vice President and Editorial Director of Ebony and Jet Magazines and the journalist who conducted the last major interview with the King of Pop – Michael Jackson), Harriett Cole (Life stylist author, nationally syndicated advice columnist, former Editor in Chief of Ebony Magazine and Creative director for Michael Jackson’s last cover photo shoot) and Michael Amir (Executive Assistant and Chief of Staff for Michael Jackson).
For further information, please contact Ray Markovich (M: +1-323-401-8032; email@example.com).
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Witney Carson (So You Think You Can Dance Top 6 and Dancing with the Stars – All Stars) and Sasha Farber (Dancing with the Stars) perform a sexy duet to Michael Jackson’s Dangerous at Gina Starbuck’s Annual Art 4 Life Gala. Filmed by Giselle Ugarte.
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Administrator’s Note: Michael is such a sweetheart! ♥ ♥ For those who don’t know, Sage is the little girl who dances with Michael in the indian scene in the Black or White short film. Sage’s mother is Joanelle Romero. Joanelle and Michael attended the Garner Street elementary school in the 6th grade where he asked her to go steady.
Sage has grown up to a be a beautiful young woman and is now a singer.
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Michael Jackson recorded the song “Behind the Mask” during the Thriller sessions, but it did not make the 1982 album.
After his death, an updated version of the song was released, along with a video made from fan contributions in 2010 for the Michael album.
Last week, the first unreleased video for the song surfaced on Vimeo but was quickly taken down. But as usual, resourceful people made copies.
If you didn’t get a chance to see it, here it go!
Which one do you prefer?
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Here is the full version of Citizen Steve. Michael appears at 20:23:
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I know many of you have seen Michael’s 1995 MTV performance many times, but I urge you to watch it again to appreciate the astonding brilliance and magic of this great artist. Without a doubt, this is just one of his finest moments. Watch it full screen to enjoy!
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I will always love your gentle, sweet and handsome face
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The first time I saw you, I liked you alot
The second time I saw you, I thought you were cute
The next time I saw you, your charms took root
Then I saw you again and I knew I was sprung
My life long love for you had surely begun
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An innocent man he was
The perfect gentleman
The kind of man
you could only spin out
in your endless dreams
He was declared guilty
and a sentence was passed
without a glance
before he even had a chance
An innocent man he was
A man of truth
A man of pride
A man whose words
would sit down gently by your side
Seeking for freedom
Seeking for justice
Seeking to be heard
judged wrongly instead
He was a man of love
He sought salvation from above
Nothing was straight
All the answers
were bent like a curve
An innocent man he was
With no regrets
His worst fear
he had already met
misjudged, complaints lodged
There were two sides
with options so wide
Only one was chosen
The other ignored
Where was the trust?
When was it lost?
What would it take
to sacrifice at stake?
To prove he was an innocent man
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Your love shines brightly for all time…
I love you and I miss you so very, very much CP ♥
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My greatest dream that I have left—I have accomplished my dreams with music and all that and I love music and entertainment—is this children’s initiative, is this thing that we are doing. But, um, ’cause I don’t care about [anything else], I really don’t, I don’t care about [career], I honestly don’t… What keeps me going is children, or else I would, I would seriously. . . I’ve told you this before, I swear to God I mean every word. I would, I would just throw in the towel if it wasn’t for children or babies. And that’s my real, my honest [answer]. . . and I’ve said it before, if it weren’t for children, I would choose death. I mean it with all my heart.
The Lost Childhood
I wanted so badly to play in the park across the street because the kids were playing baseball and football but I had to record. I could see the park, right across the street. But I had to go in the other building and work until late at night making the albums. I sat there looking at the kids with tears running down my face and I would say, “I am trapped and I have to do this for the rest of my life. I’m under contract.” But I wanted to go over there so bad it was killing me, just to make a friend to say, “Hi.” You know…just to do that. I used to walk the streets looking for people. I told you that didn’t I?
I was looking for people to talk to, I was so lonely I would cry in my room upstairs, I would think, “That’s it, I am getting out of here,” and I would walk down the street, I remember really saying to people, “Will you be my friend?”
They were like, “Michael Jackson!” I would go, “Oh, God! Are they going to by my friend because of Michael Jackson? Or becasuse of me?” I just wanted someone to talk to.
Like Michael, there are so many adults who are hurting today because they didn’t get the love and care that they needed as children. It’s important to make sure that children are free to be who they are and to always know that they are loved. Michael stood up for the children because they have no voice in a world full of adults. As a child, he wanted to speak out and say that all he really wanted to do was to was to play and and simply be a child. When he grew up, he was finally able to play and be free with kids. They didn’t want anything from him. He was their advocate and he always took the time to give them his full attention. His mind was always be focused on helping children all over the world.”
“What About The Children?” – Yolanda Adams