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General Hoax Talk / has anyone posted anything on the hidden tunnels
« on: August 26, 2010, 06:21:05 PM »
i was wondering has anyone posted  anything on the story were michael had underground tunnels  specially built?
i wanted to read it but i couldnt find it..thanks you :D  :D  :D

Michael Jackson News / tvone show on August 29th
« on: August 07, 2010, 04:46:54 PM »
hey everyone !!!  :D its been a while , my computer stopped working and so i have to wait a while until i get a new one ..but anyway Im not sure if anybody have already posted this but on August 29th ( mj birthday) theres going to be a one night only show on tvone ( ch 159 for brighthouse cable) Janet is schedule to perform on that night you night and i have a feeling that this is could be worth watching !!  :D

if this is a double post im sorry also my computer is really messing up so forgive me if this appears more than once
last night or this morning it was right after 12 am and i was on adult swim , when this commerical for this show called Frankenhole aired showing a new episode of where the scientist is going to be bringing michael back to life, i found it very disrespectful how they made michael sound and all but , it kinda had me thinking a little bit , this wasnt just a cartoon talking about faking a death or whatever,  but a cartoon talking about bringing michael back to life yeah it was a rude how they did it but idk what do you guys think? it airs on Sunday june 27th

Michael Jackson News / mj is having a wonderful afterlife??
« on: June 21, 2010, 02:23:20 AM »
Hi guys!! i apologize if this is a double post , the title just sort of stood out

It's a wonderful afterlife for Michael Jackson
Cortney Harding
Mon Jun 21, 2010 1:17am EDTNEW YORK (Billboard) - On March 5, 2009, when Michael Jackson announced that he would perform a run of 50 concerts at London's O2 Arena in a comeback tour called This Is It, the British media largely greeted the news with derision.

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The Guardian wrote that a quickly erected stage at the press conference "served only to heighten Jackson's physical weirdness -- the sunken cheeks, the upturned nose, the overpronounced chin cleft." The Daily Telegraph described his behavior as "bizarre," and so many rumors circulated about his ill health that the tour's promoter, AEG, was forced to issue a statement that Jackson had undergone a battery of tests to prove he was in condition to play the dates.

Following his acquittal in 2005 on charges of sexual abuse, Jackson had spent much of his time in seclusion -- at his Neverland Ranch in Santa Barbara, Calif.; in Bahrain; in Ireland; in Las Vegas -- emerging only, it seemed, to fend off financial ruin, either through ill-fated recording projects or embarrassing public divestitures. Many saw the concerts as little more than a desperate, money-raising gambit.

Despite his ability to sell out 50 arena dates, the King of Pop was seen, even by some of his supporters, as little more than a hallowed oldies act, a performer whose heyday, albeit phenomenal, was more than two decades in the past. To his detractors, though, Jackson was even less than that: either a laughingstock -- "Wacko Jacko" -- or worse: a freak, a deviant, a pariah.

Flash-forward 15 months, and Jackson's image in the public consciousness has undergone a dramatic revision. In the days, weeks and months following his death on June 25, 2009, from drug-related cardiac arrest, a popular reclaiming of Jackson as a beloved, once-in-a-lifetime musical genius took hold. While cable-news pundits endlessly pored over the tawdry circumstances of his demise, millions of fans new and old simply shrugged their shoulders and happily popped in their "Thriller" CDs.

In July, Jackson regained his spot at the top of the Billboard sales charts, moving 422,000 units in the week after his death alone -- to date, the Jackson catalog has sold 9 million copies in the year since he passed, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Spontaneously, kids from Bed-Stuy to Beijing were seen sporting bootleg "Thriller" T-shirts and blaring "Billie Jean" as if it were 1983 and Reagan was in the White House.

In the fall, the film of Jackson's rehearsals for the mocked This Is It tour became the highest-grossing concert movie of all time, earning $72 million at the North American box office, according to (The soundtrack to "This Is It," Sony Music's only release of new Jackson material since his death, has sold 1.6 million copies.)

In March, the Jackson estate, led by co-executors John Branca and John McClain, signed a 10-album, $250 million deal with Sony that will include the release of a collection of previously unreleased tracks, set for November, as well as repackages of Jackson's 1979 solo breakthrough, "Off the Wall," and his 1987 album, "Bad." One month later, Cirque du Soleil, which created the Beatles' show "Love" to great acclaim, announced it would produce both a touring and permanent show based on Jackson's music.

The African-American community, too, has re-embraced Jackson, whose skin bleaching, sexual ambiguity and crossover dreams alienated some of his staunchest supporters: Just last week, when Harlem's prestigious Schomburg Center for Research held a symposium on Jackson titled "After the Dance: Conversations on Michael Jackson's Black America," the assembled scholars and writers declared the space a "Wacko Jacko-free zone."

When both fans and experts discuss the troubled last decade of Jackson's life, it's now in softer terms, with the artist portrayed less as an agent of his own demise than as a victim of a colluding set of circumstances -- abusive family, circumspect entourage, incomprehensible pressures of fame -- that would have felled anyone, no less a fragile man-child like Jackson.

Not wanting to speak ill of the dead is a human and rational desire -- once someone is gone, he or she is unable to defend him- or herself. But the changed tone of the conversation surrounding Jackson has done more than just remedy some of the damage inflicted by his years of weird-to-aberrant behavior; it has also created a series of enormous business opportunities for his estate, opportunities that in all likelihood wouldn't have emerged had Jackson lived.


That the public's perception of Jackson has changed in a profound and positive way isn't just a casual, anecdotal opinion. According to Brand Asset Consulting's quarterly survey of more than 16,000 Americans, after his death, Jackson's relevance increased 125 percent, and his esteem increased 32 percent from the previous quarter the survey was administered, prior to his passing.

The success of the film "This Is It" helped drive the brand forward by presenting Jackson not as a bizarre and spectral recluse, but as a talented artist, dancer and even a workaholic.

Closer to home, the sight of 11-year-old Paris eulogizing her father at the memorial service -- "I just wanted to say ever since I was born, Daddy has been the best father you could ever imagine," she said simply -- helped to humanize Jackson and to counter the perception of him as a neglectful, unfit parent.

Prior to his death, only a handful of people had ever seen Jackson's three children -- Paris, now 12; Prince, 13; and Blanket, 8 -- and they were best-known for being covered when they were outside (or, at one point, dangled off a balcony). But now here were these grieving children who appeared polite, pleasant and normal. In interviews after his death, insiders emphasized that Jackson's children were well cared for and well raised, and the video and photo evidence released by the family in the past year seems to bear this out.

"Anyone who had doubts about Michael's ability as a parent, those were erased at the memorial," says Randy Taraborrelli, a Jackson biographer who had known the star since the '70s. "Seeing those kids gave some people a sense that they had misjudged him, that he was a good parent."

Diane Dimond, a journalist who has covered Jackson for many years and who broke the story of the 1993 molestation allegations against the singer, says Jackson's family is being savvy about the children's exposure. "The family is smart to put them out there every once in a while," she says. "The Jacksons are masters of PR, and it sends a great message to show the world these nice, normal kids."

Jackson's most damning scandals centered around inappropriate behavior with children, and thus his own seemingly well-adjusted offspring serve as a sharp rebuke to the allegations of sexual abuse that plagued Jackson for much of his adult life. But the fact that Jackson was judged on his children also speaks to another issue -- the feminization of Jackson, both before and after his death.

Sarah Churchwell, author of "The Many Lives of Marilyn Monroe," says that as with Monroe, death rewrote Jackson's story. And unlike other gone-too-soon celebrities like Elvis Presley or James Dean, Monroe and Jackson are seen as victims, unable to defend themselves against the public's ravenous appetite for celebrity.

"Both Marilyn and Michael, and to a certain extent Princess Diana, are seen as falling prey to the manipulations of others," she says. "They don't really have any agency when it comes to the problems that ultimately led to their demise -- no one wants to blame them for making bad decisions and mistakes, because it protects the mystique. People see them as being childlike and want to protect them."

Churchwell adds that larger power dynamics are also at play. "If Madonna died tomorrow, the grief would be different," she says. "She is a woman who is seen as being very powerful and in control -- she's not a tragic figure. If you are sufficiently powerful, the public doesn't love you in the same way."


Of all his troubled relationships, Jackson's most fraught might have been his connection with the African-American community. But no matter what opinions of him were before his passing, many lapsed admirers have re-embraced Jackson.

"There was a huge reservoir of good will among African-Americans for Michael Jackson," says Nelson George, author of the recently released "Thriller: The Musical Life of Michael Jackson." "Generations of kids grew up on his music, and they felt a powerful connection to him. I think a lot of people remained fans, even after all the controversy, but they just weren't open about it. His death unleashed a lot of positive energy and allowed people to be excited about him again."

George says that while many African-American musicians always held Jackson in high regard, opinions began to change around the time Jackson's face began to transform.

"People thought that it was about self-hatred," George says. "In terms of other allegations, there was a belief that he was being railroaded by the media, and the bigger issue was really more his transformation. People felt such a powerful connection to the man he'd been when he was younger and it was hard to see that shift."


Churchwell cautions that just because people are treading lightly around Jackson's death in the year following his passing doesn't mean he'll get a free pass forever. "Initially, after Marilyn Monroe died, there was a sense of pity," she says. "It took time for Marilyn to evolve into a symbol and for her reputation to change."

One revelation that was made in the immediate wake of Jackson's passing came in Ian Halperin's book, "Unmasked: The Final Years of Michael Jackson." Halperin says his book is generally positive, and that his perception of Jackson changed while working on it.

"I started writing about Michael because of a parent who accused him of being inappropriate, and five years later, I changed my mind," he says. "He was a little socially inept, sure, and he liked to play pranks, but I don't think he ever touched kids in a perverted way."

But it was a short section on Jackson's sexuality that ultimately caused some to boycott the book and earned Halperin a handful of death threats. "There were some legitimate claims that Jackson had homosexual relationships with adult men," Halperin says. "People went crazy when that came out. I doubt anyone will say anything derogatory about Michael any time soon, given how crazy his fans went when I wrote something that, honestly, isn't even a bad thing."

The impending trial of Jackson's physician, Conrad Murray, on involuntary manslaughter charges might stir things up, and Taraborrelli predicts there will be "a lot of character assassination, which might be hard for fans to endure." But the fact that Jackson is often portrayed as a victim of doctors like Murray and not as a fully willing participant in his drug addiction might be enough to shift the blame off the star.

Interest in Jackson's quirks and proclivities will probably just fade over time, according to branding consultant Rob Frankel.

"Have you heard any new Elvis jokes in the past several years?" he asks.


One question that looms large for Jackson's estate, just as it has for the estates of Elvis Presley and John Lennon, is how to extend public good will and grow Jackson's legacy while avoiding any appearance of exploitation. (Representatives for Sony Music, and for Jackson's attorney, John Branca, declined to comment for this story.)

Adam Hanft, a marketing and branding expert and chief executive at Hanft Projects in New York, says he would give the family and the estate a C+ grade in terms of their management of the Jackson brand so far.

"The one thing they really need to do is work on continuing the emotional connection with his fans," Hanft says. "I looked at, and it's just a sales platform; it's an example of what not to do. There are so many outlets and social media platforms for fans to participate, and they need to embrace some of those."

Hanft adds that it will take a while for mainstream brands to embrace Jackson, but it will happen eventually. "It'll take a brand like Nike, who after all did stay with Tiger Woods, to cross Michael back into the mainstream branding community," he says. "It'll take someone who is a little edgy and willing to take some heat to get the ball rolling."

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Michael Jackson News / website claims michael is still alive!!
« on: May 12, 2010, 01:04:33 AM »
Michael Jackson is still alive and masquerading as a burns victim, website claims By Jenna Sloan From: NewsCore May 12, 2010 9:03AM 19 commentsIncrease Text SizeDecrease Text SizePrintEmail Share
Add to DiggAdd to del.icio.usAdd to FacebookAdd to KwoffAdd to MyspaceAdd to NewsvineWhat are these? Michael Jackson as he looked in 2002 / AP
Conspiracy website gets a million hits daily
Claims Jacko alive and living as burns victim
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A WEBSITE which claims U.S. singer Michael Jackson is still alive and masquerading as a burns victim is clocking up an astonishing one million hits per day.
Internet rumours on YouTube and Facebook also claim the King of Pop is appearing on TV talk shows as Dave Dave, 33, a man who suffered severe facial disfigurement after his father set him on fire the Sun reports.

Dave was born David Rothenberg, in Brooklyn, New York. In 1983, aged just six, he survived a terrifying attack by his own father.

In a twisted attempt at revenge over a custody disagreement Charles Rothenberg poured kerosene over his little boy while he slept in a Californian hotel room and set him alight. Rothenberg later served six years in jail for the crime. The boy suffered more than 90 percent burns and amazingly survived, but was left badly scarred.

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His mother Marie, who later wrote a book about her son's ordeal which was turned into a TV movie, organized a trip to Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch as a treat, and the singing legend took the boy under his wing.

Dave, now a law student living in Utah, changed his surname to break all ties with his father.

Dave appeared on the Larry King show to talk about his memories of Jackson on the day of the star's memorial service last year.

But the show sparked a series of rumors which have snowballed into an internet sensation and become a huge talking point on

Many bloggers have said Dave's high-pitched voice bears a remarkable resemblance to the singing legend's, and observers claim his eyes have changed color from his previous blue/green to brown.

Other Odd Things / men in black 3!!
« on: May 09, 2010, 07:12:21 PM »
men in black 3 is coming back out in 2012 in 3d from what i read
so i was just thinking since nobody really knew that mj going to appear in mib 2 could it be possible that he could appear in mib 3? it would be awsome if he did  !!  :D

Other Odd Things / men in black 3!!
« on: May 09, 2010, 07:08:56 PM »
so men in black 3 is coming out in 2012  in 3d from what i read
and since nobody really new that mj was going to appear in mib 2 could it be possible that he might appear in mib 3??

Times Square car bomb: police investigate South Park link
Police in New York are investigating whether a car bomb in Times Square was targeted on the makers of the TV series South Park because of a controversial depiction of the Prophet Muhammad.

By Gordon Rayner and Alex Spillius in New York
Published: 8:00PM BST 02 May 2010

Link to this video The device, which failed to detonate, was left near the offices of Viacom, which broadcasts the provocative cartoon series on its Comedy Central network.

Last month a posting on an Islamic website warned South Park’s creators, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, that they could face violent reprisals after an episode shown on April 14th featured Muhammad in a bear suit.

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Suicide bombers kill 150 in 24 hours in IraqThe posting on the US-based Revolution Muslim website said Stone and Parker would “probably wind up like Theo Van Gogh”, the Dutch film-maker who was murdered in 2004 by a Muslim angered by his film about Muslim women.

David Paterson, the Governor of New York, described the Times Square incident as an "act of terrorism."

He said: “Luckily, no one is hurt, and now the full attention of city, state and federal law enforcement will be turned to bringing the guilty party to justice.”

Detectives are also understood to be investigating striking similarities between the New York bomb and two car bombs planted by Islamic terrorists outside the Tiger Tiger nightclub in London in 2007.

In both cases, the devices comprised cylinders of propane gas and cans full of petrol intended to be ignited by electronic detonators.

A further potential link to the London attack emerged when the Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the Times Square bomb in a posting on an Islamist website.

It said the New York bomb had been intended to avenge the deaths of two "Muslim martyrs" named as Abu Omar al-Baghdadi and Abu Ayyub al-Masri, also known as al-Mahajer, who were killed by US forces in Tikrit 12 days ago.

The two al-Qaeda operatives are thought to have inspired the Tiger Tiger bombings and to have met Bilal Abdulla, the NHS doctor convicted of the London attack, who wrote a dedication to the two men on his laptop computer.

However, the Pakistani Taliban have in the past falsely claimed responsibility for attacks, and US security analysts said it was too early to say whether the claim was genuine. The White House said investigators were keeping an open mind on whether the motive was rooted abroad or linked to a domestic cause in the US.

The Times Square bomb was found inside a dark green Nissan Pathfinder, left with its engine running and hazard lights flashing near the junction of 45th Street and Broadway, yards from the Viacom building.

The author of the Revolution Muslim posting had published the address of Comedy Central in New York – a separate building from Viacom - encouraging Muslims to “protest” outside.

It also included audio clips of the al-Qaeda suspect Anwar al-Awlaki calling for the murder of anyone who has “defamed” Muhammad. Yemen-based al-Awlaki reportedly helped plan the failed Detroit airline bombing last Christmas and is said to have been “spiritual adviser” to two of the 9/11 hijackers.

The author of the post, a US-born Muslim convert called Abu Talhah al Amrikee, said it had been intended as “not a threat, but a warning of the reality of what will likely happen to them”.

The warning was taken so seriously that Comedy Central heavily censored the following episode of South Park, which had originally contained further references to Muhammad.

Images of the Prophet are widely regarded as forbidden in Islam, and in 2006 Comedy Central banned Stone and Parker from depicting Muhammad in an episode which followed worldwide protests over a caricature of the Prophet by a Danish cartoonist.

Saturday night’s incident began at 6.34pm local time (11.34BST) when a T-shirt vendor, who was a Vietnam veteran, alerted police when he noticed smoke coming out of the car.

Wayne Rhatigan, the mounted policeman who was first on the scene, said: “I did a lap around the vehicle. The inside was smoking. I smelled gunpowder and knew it might blow. I thought it might blow any second.”

Witnesses reported hearing a "popping" noise coming from inside the vehicle. New York police spokesman Paul Browne said: "It appeared that it was in the process of detonating, but malfunctioned."

The anonymous T-shirt seller who raised the alarm declined to give his name when he was approached by reporters, but asked what he had to say to New Yorkers, he said: "See something, say something."

Thousands of tourists and theatre-goers, including women in evening gowns, were evacuated from the area on Broadway's busiest night of the week.

Bomb disposal experts used a robot to break the windows on the vehicle and remove explosive material.

The car contained three propane tanks, fireworks, two five gallon gasoline containers, two clocks with batteries, electrical wires and a 4ft by 2ft metal box.

New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said: "I think the intent was to cause a significant ball of fire."

Michael Bloomberg, the Mayor of New York, returned immediately to the city from a White House dinner.

Speaking at the scene, he said: "We are very lucky. Thanks to alert New Yorkers and professional police officers, we avoided what could have been a very deadly event.

"The bomb squad confirmed that the suspicious vehicle did contain an explosive device. We have no idea who did this or why."

Mr Bloomberg said the wiring of the bomb "looked amateurish" and it had used "consumer grade fireworks" that were easily obtainable.

He added that it was too early to speculate on the motives of the bomber. He said: "There's no evidence it was tied to... Viacom or anything else."

Sal Cassano, New York’s fire commissioner, said the device had the explosive potential to “take down the front of a building”.

He said: "This wasn't make believe. This wasn't a false alarm. This was the real deal - to hurt people.”

Police have also established that the car's number plates, which were from Connecticut, were not the ones registered to it. They have already spoken to the owner of the plates who said he had taken them to a scrapyard.

Mr Bloomberg said police had no reports of anyone being seen running away from the vehicle after abandoning it, though the vehicle was caught on CCTV driving down 45th Street six minutes before the alarm was raised.

President Barack Obama praised the quick response by the New York Police Department and said the federal government was prepared to provide support.

The FBI is also investigating a 911 emergency call made from a payphone a few blocks away from the car bomb at 4am on Sunday local time, in which the anonymous caller said the Times Square incident was merely a diversion and would be followed by a “massive explosion” at an unspecified location.

Other Odd Things / gut feeling or completely crazy??
« on: May 02, 2010, 12:59:15 PM »
So as we all know NEXT month will be MJs 1 year "death" anniversary,and everytime i think of that I get this exciting gut feeling that something is going to happen like not much is going to happen this month but by june  its going to feel like Christmas in summer!!
does anyone else feel that way or do i need to go see a doctor :lol:

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Prominent entertainment attorney found fatally shot outside Encino home
April 30, 2010 |  5:16 pm
An entertainment attorney who once represented Michael Jackson was found fatally shot Friday outside his home in Encino.

Peter Lopez's body was discovered around 11:30 a.m. after the Los Angeles Police Department received a call reporting shots fired.

LAPD sources told KTLA News that Lopez's wife, "Dukes of Hazard" actress Barbara Bach, told police that her husband had shot himself. Law enforcement officials said they have not determined an exact cause of death but are investigating it as a suicide.

Lopez in 2007 was appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to serve on the State Athletic Commission.

He was also a noted attorney known for representing musicians.

--Shelby Grad

Read more  at the Ministry of Gossip, The Times' entertainment blog.

Michael Jackson News / extra: i was michael jackson's boyfriend??
« on: April 30, 2010, 12:47:47 AM »
i forgot to watch extra today , so i went on the website and watched the interview clip of jason pfeiffer
who claims to have been michaels boyfriend right up to the day he died...honestly??!!
i really dont know what to make of this other than i just dont believe him. what do you guys think?

King of Pop's Secret Lover? 'I Was Michael Jackson's Boyfriend'
April 29, 2010 | Michael Jackson
Jason Pfeiffer, a former dermatologist's assistant and current CEO of a medical company, is going public in an explosive new interview, claiming he was Michael Jackson's boyfriend right up until the King of Pop died.

Pfeiffer tells "Extra" in a new interview airing Thursday, April 29, that he had a very "passionate and sexual" relationship with the King of Pop. He also plays a voicemail message which he claims Michael Jackson left for him. The interview was conducted by special correspondent Alicia Jacobs.

"We definitely hit it off the first time we met," Pfeiffer says, claiming he and Jackson met in 2008 at the office of Jackson's famed dermatologist, Dr. Arnold Klein, a longtime friend of Jackson's and rumored to be the biological father of the singer's two older children, Prince and Paris.

Dr. Klein tells "Extra" he personally witnessed Jackson and Pfeiffer together when he once walked in on them, Jackson allegedly shirtless. "When you see two people looking at each other you know what's happening. I was just very happy for both of them."

Pfeiffer says he and Jackson instantly connected because of their childhoods. Pfeiffer was smitten. He tells "Extra," "We were just sitting there and we both started to cry and I got up and went over to him and said it's going to be okay Michael... We hugged. And it was kind of then that the hug was a little bit more." He goes on to say, "It wasn't until a few months later that it was obvious that Michael had feelings for me as well." Their friendship soon blossomed into something more, according to Pfeiffer.

Jackson emphatically denied throughout his life that he was gay. "I just assumed that he was probably bisexual," Pfeiffer says, claiming their relationship lasted until the day Jackson died. "I know we loved each other, I know he told me that all the time. I believe that he was probably my soulmate."

So why come forward now?

"Setting the record straight and telling the truth, as opposed to hiding in some house in the middle of nowhere... I think he would have approved of that, yes."

(hiding in some house in the middle of nowhere) i like the way he put that*

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disney's epcot in Orlando is returning captain EO !! its opening July 2 2010!
replacing the "honey we shrunk the audience " attraction so excitied!! :mrgreen:  :mrgreen:  :mrgreen:  :D  :D  :D

im sure there has been a thread about this but i was so excited that i think i posted another :lol:

Omer Bhatti / why not Omer?
« on: April 22, 2010, 07:39:03 PM »
I was looking at videos of omer back when he was younger , and i was looking at videos of the children  and i was thinking How come everybody else even macualy culkin was said to be Possibly " THE FATHER" of the children but not Omer , i mean yeah  he was said to be michaels son , but since that was technically ruled out to be false ( from what he says) how come he wasnt  rumored to be the father one of the children ?  i mean i probably wouldnt make sense to say he is michaels son and to say he is possibly the father of the children, but it just seems like something that someone would have been tossed out on to the internet and spreaded around. cuz personally Blanket and Omer kinda resemble...Im not saying that the kids are not michaels , i was just thinking

if i offended anyone i sincerely apologize :(  like i said i was just thinking!!
thanks :D

Michael Jackson News / mj's reality show?
« on: April 22, 2010, 05:53:52 PM »
hi everyone!!! this porbably has bee posted before but i heard  that  mj is gonna have a reality show with the TII dancers ? does anybody know about this??

Michael Jackson News / can anyone tell me ??
« on: March 31, 2010, 03:28:48 AM »
hi everybody!!!! :D hows it going!!
i was at school ( i cant remember what day it was but it was sometime last week)
i was looking it up michael on google to see whats new, and i believe i read that there was a new documentary
coming out i think it is gonna be like "this is it" i dont know if i must have read that wrong or something, but i dont know..has anybody heard about this ???
p.s. sorry if there was already a post about this ..i havent been on in a good while
im having computer trouble.. :oops:

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