Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Michael Jackson tribute honour Celine Dion

Michael Jackson tribute honour Celine Dion into the stage concert in Las Vegas.

According to the Access Hollywood The 'Think Twice' singer will be beginning her three-year residency at Caesars Palace next month.

The French-Canadian start to sing in English
after having watched the late singer and so had a "big impact" on her musical career.

Dion said: "Well, he changed my life. I saw him on TV and I wanted to sing in English because he was doing so and I went to learn English and met with him and I [sang] with him and he came to see the show and he had a big impact on my life.”

Friday, 18 February 2011

Jackson Still Earning Despite Being Dead

After an unexpected death of singer star Micheal Jackson in his California home, he continues to be a huge draw.

According to court papers filed on Feb. 17,it has been revealed that Jackson is able to earned $310 million since his June 2009 death.

There are still several outstanding claims filed in other countries to be dealt with, but estate handlers claim they’ve “made substantial progress in reducing the estate’s debt.”

Monday, 14 February 2011

Michael Jackson: Singer Usher pays compliment to King of Pop at London's O2 ground

The megastar singer/dancer, the famous King of Pop, Michael Jackson is loved by fans all over the world.

It came as fairly a shock when he passed away on June 25, 2009. The iconic performer has enthused a innumerable amount of people, many of which are artists. One such artist is Usher who has been enthused by Jackson, and who had the chance to achieve for him during his 30th anniversary televised special.

According to a new report, Usher, while performing at London's O2 ground, performed a compliment to Jackson, and said that there will never be anyone like him. Usher said of Jackson in his performance: "Losing one of the world’s greatest entertainers is sad- while we didn’t get the chance to see him perform here, let’s pay tribute to him. Michael, we will never forget you – we will always remember."

Saturday, 12 February 2011

Cameras allowed at Michael Jackson trial

The case of Michael Jackson's doctor next month can be televised as long as cameras do not interfere with proceedings, a judge has ruled.

Michael Pastor Los Angeles Superior Court judge has also step the date of Dr Conrad Murray's trial forward by four days to 24 March.

Involuntary manslaughter charges has been imposed on Dr Murray and faces up to four years in prison if convicted.

The trial is expected to last about six weeks.

Pastor said he wanted the "absolute least intrusive placement" of a TV camera in the courtroom and asked for detailed proposals from local news teams.

He has blocked cameras from broadcasting jury selection, which will take place on the first day of the trial.

Sunday, 6 February 2011

Usher's tribute to Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson has been paid tribute by Usher as he played in London.Ushers has credited Micheal Jackson for being his mentor.

Losing one of the world's greatest entertainers is sad - while we didn't get the opportunity to see him perform here, let's pay tribute to him," he told the screaming crowds before putting his feet into a pair of black sequinned shoes.

"Michael, we will never forget you - we will always remember," he added.\

OMG and Love In This Club as well as old-school tunes You Make Me Wanna, Yeah! and U Remind Me was mostly targeted in his gig.

The entertainer, who last performed in London in 2005, will return for three more dates at the O2 on February 17, 18 and 21.

Usher's gig forms part of American Express' Preferred Seating programme, which provides Cardmembers with exclusive access to a host of music and cultural events throughout the year.