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No Reality TV for Michael Jackson’s Children

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Music, Prime Time, Reality, Cable, Rumors,

Michael Jackson's Kids

Despite a report claiming Michael Jackson’s three children would soon become reality stars, the trio’s legal guardian says that simply isn’t so.

In the upcoming A&E series, The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty, the cameras will follow the surviving Jackson 5 members and will also include 19 other relatives with the same last name. Even though Janet and her mother are both expected to be involved, Katherine tells TMZ that the formerly masked Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket will not.

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Jacksons Reunite at Tribute

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Music, Charity, Kind Acts,

Jackson 5The Jacksons will reunite at the Michael Jackson tribute concert… and possibly perform?

Jermaine Jackson,  who shot to fame in The Jackson 5 alongside his brothers Jackie, Tito, Marlon and Michael, has refused to rule out joining his musical family on stage at the show he is planning in Vienna, Austria, on September 26.

When asked if he plans to perform with his siblings, Jermaine said, “That could be one of the surprises. Being a producer I wanted to put a show together because it is a family thing. My family is very busy, Janet is doing something right now. I have invited all of them, so, you never know—once the music hits them they will probably want to come up and perform and do what they know how to do. But definitely I have committed myself to performing.”

Jermaine revealed he has invited his mother Katherine Jackson to the event, along with Michael’s three children—Prince Michael I, 12, Paris, 11, and seven-year-old Prince Michael II, also known as “Blanket.”

“I spoke to my mother and I said I wanted to do something for the fans in Europe. She has supported this from the very start.”


Free Michael Jackson Tribute Station on Slacker

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Home Entertainment, Music,

Michael Jackson Blue SIlhouetteThe free Tribute station is just another reason to love .  Here’s the description, and why you should load this up immediately if you’re a fan of the deceased King of Pop:

Since the passing of Michael Jackson on June 25, 2009, the world has mourned the loss of a great artist. Join Slacker Radio in celebrating the incredible music legacy of one of the biggest and most influential Pop stars of our time. Hear songs from Michael Jackson’s most popular albums as well as his early music years with the Jackson 5. You’ll also hear covers of Jackson’s music and hits from artists that were directly influenced by the King of Pop including Justin Timberlake, Usher, Ne-Yo, Alicia Keys, Ciara and more.

We’ve had it playing all day, and it’s full of fantastic. And it’s free. Thank you, Slacker.

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Listen to Michael Jackson Tribute Station on Slacker

Michael Jackson Tribute, our favorite free online music steaming service, has set up a custom station, titled “In Memory of the King of Pop - A Michael Jackson Tribute” and we’ve had it playing all day. Best part? You can listen to it absolutely free, just by heading to the Michael Jackson Tribute Radio page. Aside from all the Michael Jackson and Jackson 5 classic, you’ll also hear covers of his music by artists he influenced like Usher, Ne-Yo, Justin Timberlake, and more.

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Shaheen Jafargholi: Britain’s Got Talent’s Newest Star

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Music, Reality, Video,

Shaheen Jafargholi from Britain's Got Talent

Could already be 5 minutes ago?

The 48-year-old contestant may have floored the audience with her cover of “I Dream a Dream,” but she didn’t receive what Shaheen Jafargholi got: a standing ovation from all three judges. (Yes, even one from Simon Cowell.)

Although it didn’t initially look good for the 12-year-old (Cowell interrupted his rendition of Amy Winehouse’s “Valerie”), the young boy brought the house down with his performance of the Jackson 5’s “Who’s Loving You.” Watch that clip here and see what a difference the right song makes.

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