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[youtube:1lh8euov]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAl3gKliskw[/youtube:1lh8euov] :o  :shock:  :o  :shock:  :o  :shock:  :o  :shock:  :o  :shock:  :o  :shock:  :o  :shock:  :o  :shock:  :o  :shock:  :o  :shock:  :o ITS NEAR PPL !!!!!!!!
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Olgeya - this is amazing!  I hope it is ok with you if I add your blog to my blog roll and write a post referring to your posts... I think my readers would LOVE your blog!

If not, then I will remove it... just let me know!

lilwendy, thank you  :oops:  :P
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This is the whole article on this, as per Las Vegas Review Journal, today at 7:37 a.m. :shock: :

A REAL THRILL: Cirque du Soleil plans Michael Jackson show with 3-D and holograms
You don't see The Beatles in "Love," but Michael Jackson might be part of his own tribute show when Cirque du Soleil brings it to the Strip in late 2012.

Cirque officials say holograms or 3-D effects might have you ducking when the late superstar goes into that moonwalk or lets his gloved hand fly in the joint production announced Tuesday by Cirque and Jackson's estate.
"Technology is evolving at a very rapid pace. We hope that between now and 2012, when we open the show, technology will be even more sophisticated, that people will have the feeling Michael is onstage," said Cirque President Daniel Lamarre.

"We've been talking a lot ... about the fact that Michael Jackson was always ahead of his time. It's important with this show that we're going to be ahead of our time," Lamarre said. "We are talking to a lot of people that can bring new technologies to the table."

Because Jackson performed on an epic scale, "the expectations of the fans are so huge we will have no choice but to deliver. As much as a show like 'Ka' created a big wow, we would need in terms of technology to be able to deliver at that (level of) technological experience they're used to seeing with Michael Jackson."

A Jackson tribute had long been rumored as Cirque's next in Las Vegas. Lamarre said he and Jackson estate co-executor John Branca had a handshake deal in December.

But Tuesday's announcement did come with two surprises: It did not say which casino will host the new production, and it outlined plans for two separate products.

A touring arena show will pave the way for the permanent installation.

The tour will have its U.S. debut in Las Vegas in the late fall of 2011, perhaps after a shakedown run in Canada, and will be "more like a simulation of a Michael Jackson (concert)," Lamarre said.

It will tour North America for a year while Cirque readies the more theatrical and technologically complex permanent installation. Once that show opens, the touring version would move overseas -- and stay there.

"Michael is so popular outside the United States we think there is a potential for us to tour many years around the world with that show," Lamarre said.

Estate co-executor Branca said the tour probably would not incorporate ideas or material from the concerts Jackson planned to perform in London last year. Rehearsal footage was salvaged for the theatrical feature "This Is It."

"We think that stands on its own and we're looking to create something new here," Branca said.

Mandalay Bay has been the most-rumored location for the sit-down version. The timetable would give Disney's "The Lion King" at least another year to run. Disney representatives did not respond to requests for comment Tuesday.

Lamarre did say the new show would not replace an existing Cirque title such as "Criss Angel: Believe," "Zumanity" or "Ka."

"We're looking at two or three different (venue) possibilities that are going to be dictated by which one will suit better the technology that we're looking for and obviously the availability," he said. "We will have to do some major changes wherever we end up."

Jackson was a fan of Las Vegas entertainment and Cirque. Lamarre said the star toured the company's Montreal headquarters in 2004. "We'd been flirting off and on sporadically."

In 2008, comeback scenarios -- with and without Jackson as a performer -- centered around the Las Vegas Hilton because owner Colony Capital also rescued Jackson's California estate from foreclosure.

Tuesday's announcement said the partners also would pursue "special lifestyle projects" such as a nightclub or restaurant.

Branca did not dismiss previous reports of a museum attraction featuring items from Jackson's Neverland estate. "It's certainly a possibility," he said.

Contact reporter Mike Weatherford at mweatherford @reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0288


IT'S COMING VERY SOON! I'M SO EXCITED!!!  :lol:
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Infinite Love Is the Only Truth: Everything Else Is Illusion


Reaching out to touch a stranger
Electric eyes are everywhere
See that girl, she knows I\'m watching
She likes the way I stare


If they say, why, why? Tell \'em that is human nature
Why, why does he do me that way?
If they say, why, why? Tell \'em that is human nature
Why, why does he do me that way?
I like livin\' this way, I like lovin\' this way

I posted this Cirque scenario March 4, 2010 on this board and IT'S COMING TRUE!!!!!!
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Am I mistaken or isn't this something Michael was pursuing before his absence? I thought he was in discussion for something like this...but I could be wrong as there has been SO much going on!

Voiceforthesilent:
You are correct. Michael was indeed pursuing this type of show in Vegas long before he "died". His death hoax, I feel, is building us to the biggest crescendo (climax) in history! This is going to knock our socks off, no doubt!!! I can definitely feel it!  And, as Liza said, "all hell is going to break loose!" I say, bring it on! I love Michael and think this is absolutely ingenious!!!!!!
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This is the whole article on this, as per Las Vegas Review Journal, today at 7:37 a.m. :shock: :

A REAL THRILL: Cirque du Soleil plans Michael Jackson show with 3-D and holograms
You don't see The Beatles in "Love," but Michael Jackson might be part of his own tribute show when Cirque du Soleil brings it to the Strip in late 2012.

Cirque officials say holograms or 3-D effects might have you ducking when the late superstar goes into that moonwalk or lets his gloved hand fly in the joint production announced Tuesday by Cirque and Jackson's estate.
"Technology is evolving at a very rapid pace. We hope that between now and 2012, when we open the show, technology will be even more sophisticated, that people will have the feeling Michael is onstage," said Cirque President Daniel Lamarre.

"We've been talking a lot ... about the fact that Michael Jackson was always ahead of his time. It's important with this show that we're going to be ahead of our time," Lamarre said. "We are talking to a lot of people that can bring new technologies to the table."

Because Jackson performed on an epic scale, "the expectations of the fans are so huge we will have no choice but to deliver. As much as a show like 'Ka' created a big wow, we would need in terms of technology to be able to deliver at that (level of) technological experience they're used to seeing with Michael Jackson."

A Jackson tribute had long been rumored as Cirque's next in Las Vegas. Lamarre said he and Jackson estate co-executor John Branca had a handshake deal in December.

But Tuesday's announcement did come with two surprises: It did not say which casino will host the new production, and it outlined plans for two separate products.

A touring arena show will pave the way for the permanent installation.

The tour will have its U.S. debut in Las Vegas in the late fall of 2011, perhaps after a shakedown run in Canada, and will be "more like a simulation of a Michael Jackson (concert)," Lamarre said.

It will tour North America for a year while Cirque readies the more theatrical and technologically complex permanent installation. Once that show opens, the touring version would move overseas -- and stay there.

"Michael is so popular outside the United States we think there is a potential for us to tour many years around the world with that show," Lamarre said.

Estate co-executor Branca said the tour probably would not incorporate ideas or material from the concerts Jackson planned to perform in London last year. Rehearsal footage was salvaged for the theatrical feature "This Is It."

"We think that stands on its own and we're looking to create something new here," Branca said.

Mandalay Bay has been the most-rumored location for the sit-down version. The timetable would give Disney's "The Lion King" at least another year to run. Disney representatives did not respond to requests for comment Tuesday.

Lamarre did say the new show would not replace an existing Cirque title such as "Criss Angel: Believe," "Zumanity" or "Ka."

"We're looking at two or three different (venue) possibilities that are going to be dictated by which one will suit better the technology that we're looking for and obviously the availability," he said. "We will have to do some major changes wherever we end up."

Jackson was a fan of Las Vegas entertainment and Cirque. Lamarre said the star toured the company's Montreal headquarters in 2004. "We'd been flirting off and on sporadically."

In 2008, comeback scenarios -- with and without Jackson as a performer -- centered around the Las Vegas Hilton because owner Colony Capital also rescued Jackson's California estate from foreclosure.

Tuesday's announcement said the partners also would pursue "special lifestyle projects" such as a nightclub or restaurant.

Branca did not dismiss previous reports of a museum attraction featuring items from Jackson's Neverland estate. "It's certainly a possibility," he said.

Contact reporter Mike Weatherford at mweatherford @reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0288


IT'S COMING VERY SOON! I'M SO EXCITED!!!  :lol:

I also wish to add that I was recently in Vegas and saw "Viva Elvis" at the Aria. I was told by the ticket agent that they are looking for a permanent running show. I suspect that they will be in the running for the Cirque/Michael show. At any rate, it will be ultra lucrative for anyone winning the bid.
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Be the change you wish to see in the world.
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Dear EvilTwin....you sure did! WOW! That's almost spooky! BTW, did you happen to see my earlier post about this "MJ/Cirque Trailer" Voiceover Man, Don LaFontaine? To me, it proves that this has been in the works for quite some time....this script by Mr. LaFontaine had to have been recorded prior to LaFontaine's death in Sept. 2008....your thoughts?
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"And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places....and those who don\'t believe in magic will never find it" - Roald Dahl

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Dear EvilTwin....you sure did! WOW! That's almost spooky! BTW, did you happen to see my earlier post about this "MJ/Cirque Trailer" Voiceover Man, Don LaFontaine? To me, it proves that this has been in the works for quite some time....this script by Mr. LaFontaine had to have been recorded prior to LaFontaine's death in Sept. 2008....your thoughts?


I saw your post about LaFontaine's death.  That is a great find.  The stories first surfaced of Michael's collaboration with Vegas in 2007.  

I found this several months ago when I was in the copyright database for personal reasons...

Registration Number / Date: PAu003110143 / 2007-03-26
Title: Into the light.
Performer: This treatment is written to be presented for show production number in "Michael Jackson Las Vegas Show".
Copyright Claimant: Jerald Vincent
Date of Creation: 2007
Authorship on Application: text: Jerald Vincent, 1964-.
Copyright Note: Cataloged from appl. only.

Peek in the shadows, come into the light.  Lightman will lead the way!   :D
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:o  :shock:  OMMMMMMMMMMMG , my heart is beating so fast

*so excited* what a good news!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :o  :P  :D

I know, right!  This is too cool!  8-)  8-)
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