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
As day two of the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray commenced earlier today (September 28), the courtroom saw an array of witnesses take the stand to recount the days ahead of Michael Jackson's death.
Among those to address the jurors were co-chief executive of AEG Live, Paul Gongaware, Kathy Jorrie, the lawyer responsible for drafting a contract for AEG between Michael and Dr. Murray, as well as Michael's personal assistant Michael Amir Williams.
Stepping into the courtroom for the last leg of the whirlwind case, the family of Michael Jackson arrived in Los Angeles, California for opening statements in the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray this morning (September 27).
Katherine, Joe and Jermaine were all on hand as the paparazzi swarmed before today's hearing against Murray commenced in LA's downtown Criminal Courts Building.
Marking their late father's special day, Michael Jackson's three children, Prince, Paris and Blanket, visited the music icon's childhood home as a way to celebrate what would have been his 53rd birthday.
Traveling to Gary, Indiana to honor the pop superstar's day of birth, the trio, alongside grandfather Joe Jackson, ventured to the humble, small time abode located on the aptly named "Jackson Street."
Looking to honor their late loved one, Michael Jackson, members of the Jackson family announced the "Michael Forever the Tribute Concert" during a press conference in Beverly Hills earlier today (July 25).
On-hand to reveal the exciting news was the King of Pop's mother Katherine Jackson, brothers Marlon, Tito and Jackie, and sister La Toya Jackson, who said the "tribute will be something that's spectacular" and is "far, far, well overdue.'
After mourning the loss of his dear friend, Aaron Carter has decided to speak out - revealing the shocking details of his relationship with the late Michael Jackson.
The "Crazy Little Party Girl" singer admitted that, although the relationship between him and the now-deceased King of Pop was often questioned, he still misses his loving company, telling Australia's edition of OK! magazine, “I never talked about it… This is the first time. I do … I miss Michael … I have spent such incredible times with him. I did things with him that nobody else did … But I was also troubled about what he did to me."