Michael Jackson died six years ago, but he still lives in the hearts of many. The King of Pop would have turned 57 years old on Aug. 29, and to celebrate his special day, celebs are taking to Twitter to remember the incredible influence MJ had on music and the world today. See the sweet messages from celebs here, including those from Shawn Mendes, 17, Paula Abdul, 53, and the Jackson family.
Cirque du Soleil’s Michael Jackson: ONE is like no show I’ve ever seen before. From the moment you walk into the Michael Jackson Theater at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, you become immersed in a magical, but very intense world — one that Michael likely experienced on a day-to-day basis.
It’s so hard to believe that it’s already been five years since Michael Jackson‘s tragic death in June 2009 following a cardiac arrest. He would have turned 56 years old on August 29, and his legend still lives on. Relive his legacy and share your favorite moments below.
Conrad Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of his friend and patient Michael Jackson after giving the singer a fatal dose of surgical anesthetic propofol — and he served his time for the crime. Conrad misses Michael deeply, but won’t visit his grave “out of respect,” our source spills.
You’d think that Michael Jackson‘s “Billie Jean” would have been covered in every imaginable way by now, but you’d be wrong. It’s literally vital that you take a couple of minutes out of your day to watch the Bottle Boys perform the classic which originally appeared on Thriller in 1982 using only beer bottles. Nothing like human innovation. Watch below!
Michael Jackson may not have hit the stage at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas but his hologram did, and it caused some mixed reactions from all who saw it. The thousands of people in the audience at the MGM Grand Hotel loved the performance of a previously unheard of track called “Slave To The Rhythm” and gave hologram Michael a standing ovation. Fans on Twitter also sounded off on the performance, posting to their accounts messages of approval, disgust, or confusion.
Once again, Michael Jackson has made history! From his upcoming album Xscape, the King of Pop gave a sensational performance of his latest hit, “Slave to the Rhythm,” at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards on May 18. With incredible 3D effects, Michael Jackson returned to television screens across the globe as a hologram. Read on for more details!