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The King of Pop's sister refutes reports she tries to exploit Prince, Paris, and Blanket by getting them their own reality show.
The judge says the emails between AEG Live's executives and Kenny Ortega are enough to send the case to trial despite the promoter's denial that they had nothing to do with Dr. Conrad Murray hiring.
Katherine Jackson will start trial April 2 to prove that the concert promoter had negligently allowed Dr. Conrad Murray to care exclusively for her son and failed to properly supervise him while he was doing his duty.
The residency show will relay the late King of Pop's message for unity and hope for a better world, and present a paradox of him as a multifaceted artist striving to fuse together various art forms.
The late pop music icons, along with the great Elvis Presley, inspire the upcoming musical, 'The Man'.
The singer, who promises to take care of the collections, bought a jacket that Jackson wore in 'Bad' tour among others.
Joe is driven to a Las Vegas hospital after he experienced trouble moving and complained of pain in his head.
Shawn Johnson dances an Argentine Tango to 'Bad' after delivering a flawless 'Knight Rider Banghra', which mixes the movie with the Indian dance.
The new sexy single brings an eerie yet pleasant mix of MJ and Prince with Mars' smooth and modern musical talent.
The actress who passed away last year had her biggest earning from the auction of her personal belongings.
Portrayed by Jeffrey Robinson, the supervillain persona of Slade Wilson is seen rocking his iconic half-yellow and half-black mask while holding Oliver Queen's arrow.
LiLo debuts a wrong color of her newly-dyed hair, while Prince, Blanket and Paris Jackson are beaming as they are joined by their aunt La Toya Jackson.
Through her lawyer, Janet is calling an article about Randall Sullivan's book on her brother Michael's funeral 'false and defamatory'.
The Katherine Jackson business partner and all companies involved settle the copyright dispute case with the administrators of MJ's estate for $2.5 million.
The promoter of the King of Pop's 2009 comeback concerts describes the artist as 'an emotionally paralyzed mess who was scared to death.'