Michael Jackson passed away on June 25, 2009 from cardiac arrest. Hollywood has come out in force to support Michael Jackson family during this time of grief. Michael Jackson's global fan base is also expressing their sadness at the passing of King of Pop
In a chilling tribute to the King of Pop, a massive crowd gathered outside the gates of Michael Jackson's Holmby Hills home on Thursday evening (June 25).
With Jackson's family members and friends - including Rick and Kathy Hilton - pulling past security one by one, the legions of Michael's supporters quickly amassed sprawling vigils in honor of the pop legend, who passed away from a heart attack earlier in the day.
Though his upcoming seven-month residency at the O2 arena is sure-to-be spectacular, it looks like fans will have to wait a little longer to see Michael Jackson return to the stage.
Concert producers AEG Live released a statement that said, "Due to the sheer magnitude of the This Is It concerts at the O2 Arena, promoters and producers AEG Live and Kenny Ortega, Michael's directorial partner and creative collaborator, have elected to move back a few of the opening shows in order to meet the challenges presented by such a massive and technically complex show.”
It looks like he’s already starting to spend some of his newfound cash, thanks to a new long-running gig at the O2 Arena in London! Yesterday (April 21) Michael Jacksonwas spotted antique shopping in Beverly Hills looking a bizarre as ever.
The “Smooth Criminal” singer was covered head-to-toe, despite the 95 degree heat. And to top things off, he even wore a mask over his face, adding to the weirdness.
Blowing kisses and waving, Michael Jackson was mobbed by fans as he arrived with his children to watch Rowan Atkinson perform in the hit musical "Oliver" at the Royal Theatre in London on Friday evening (March 6).
The reclusive "King of Pop" recently announced a series of London concerts after a long absence from the tour circuit, seemingly ready to take over the music world, once more.
According to event organizers, it’s been two years in the making, and earlier today (March 5) Michael Jackson took the stage at London’s O2 Arena to announce a 10-date run of concerts this summer.
The “Thriller” hitmaker sported a black military-style outfit as he addressed the crowd of thousands, expressing his love and thankfulness for their support. And then he made the announcement everyone was waiting to hear.