The day after Chris Brown performed a tribute to Michael Jackson at the 2010 BET Awards, the blogosphere and entertainment media were full of lunatics, weekend psychiatrists and fake-a$$ mind-readers pretending to know exactly why Brown broke down into tears during his performance.
As far as I’m concerned, there’s only been one Michael Jackson tribute. Tonight (June 27) Chris Brown finally got his shot at paying homage to his fallen idol, Michael Jackson, at the BET Awards 2010. Jackson’s brother Jermaine introduced Brown, who popped up on stage in a blue shirt, black slacks, white socks, and Jackson’s trademark black loafers. It was a spot-on pull from Jackson’s look at 1988′s Grammy Awards.
A year after the death of Michael Jackson, I remain almost as bitter as I was in the direct aftermath of the tragedy. I, and many like me, found it thoroughly more important to celebrate his life while he was still alive to enjoy the respect we have for him. Continue Reading
A lawyer representing MICHAEL JACKSON’s estate has threatened legal action against KATHERINE JACKSON’s new business partner, alleging he has no right to make money from the late singer’s legacy.
The Jackson matriarch has teamed up with businessman Howard Mann to publish a picture book called Never Can Say Goodbye: The Katherine Jackson Archives.
The book hits stores this week (begs21Jun10) to mark the first anniversary of the superstar’s death, and the pair is said to be negotiating record deals to release 273 unheard Michael Jackson songs.