Saturday, September 26, 2009

Friday, September 25, 2009

Janet Jackson: grown and classy

Janet Jackson was the epitome of grown and classy at the Giorgio Armani fashion show in Milan. Excuse me while I look up information on where to buy those trousers and that argyle sweater.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Michael Jackson's "This Is It" single comes out next month

The executors of Michael Jackson's trust in conjunction with Epic/Columbia, AEG, (and God knows who else) will release a new single called "This Is It." The single is the teaser for a new two-disc album also titled "This Is It" made to accompany the concert documentary of the same name. The double album will debut October 27th, a day before the general audience premiere fo the movie. The first album will have Michael's best-loved hits arranged in the order they appear in the movie in addition to two different versions of the new single. Remixes of some of his classics will be on the second album.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Breaking News: Dr. Conrad Murray's Babymama

Michael Jackson's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray's babymama Nicole Alvarez has been ordered to testify in front of a Los Angeles grand jury. Police searched Alvarez' apartment last month in connection with the investigation into Michael's death. Alvarez is an ex-stripper-turned mistress who lived quite nicely-thank you-off Michael's Murray's money. He put her up in a posh Santa Monica pad, bought her a BMW, and financed lavish shopping sprees.

A&E Promo Shoot-Jackson Reality Exclusive

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Katherine can challenge the will

A probate judge has ruled Katherine Jackson will not jeopardize her inheritance by challenging the standing of Michael Jackson's estate administrators John McClain and John Branca. Advocates for Mrs. Jackson have suggested the special administrators may have exerted undue influence over Michael during his last years in order to gain control over his estate in the event of his death. She insists she should be given decision-making powers over the estate alongside McClain and Branca. Attorneys for Mrs. Jackson have been reluctant to directly challenge the standing of the special administrators because her son's will contains a 'no contest' clause stating any beneficiary who challenges the will will lose their standing as an heir to the estate.