A new unpleasant news about Michael Jackson surfaces, claiming that he was pulling out of an appearance at American Idol seventh season final due to stage fright. The report was revealed by The Sun newspaper, who stated that the singer canceled his performance at the last minute because he was too nervous.
Previously, the news about Michael's appearance at the Idol has been considered as a rumor and at the time was already denied by both the king of pop's representative and the American Idol's producer. Now it seems that the rumors could be true as it was reported by the newspaper that claimed that Michael was very scared to take the stage and kept saying, "I can't do it. Everyone will hate me."
In related news, not only scrapping his scheduled gig at the Idol, Michael reportedly has also canceled his come-back performance in Las Vegas. The news comes from a music promoter in Vegas, Jack Wishna, who said, "Sadly, Michael's incapable of keeping promises, because he hasn't got the will to even show up anywhere, much less get himself into shape for a world-class performance. He might drop by to wave at guests, or do a dance on top of a limo, but a longterm show? That dream will never come true, I'm afraid."
Meanwhile, despite his incapability to perform yet, the pop star reportedly has already started working on a new studio album. According to the media, for the upcoming project, Michael will be assisted by Akon and also Ne-Yo.