Michael Jackson was almost “Doctor Who.” In a new book, “Now On The Big Screen: The Unofficial and Unauthorized Guide to ‘Doctor Who’ At The Cinema,” author Charles Norton reveals that the King of Pop was at the top of Paramount Pictures’ list when the studio was looking to bring “Doctor Who” to the US big screen in the late ’80s, The Times of London was the first to report.
There’s an argument to be made that Jackson was already a Time Lord.
This also makes her the first woman to accomplish the feat. Jackson did it with Bad in 87-88. Perry’s singles are/were “California Girls”, “Firework”, “Teenage Dream”, “ET”, and “Last Friday Night.”
Smith has told TMZ that the song “Happy Birthday Lisa” as featured in the episode “Stark Raving Dad” supposedly performed by Jackson as race-confused mental patient, was in fact sung by an impersonator.
It would be pretty cool if, on her last show, Oprah ripped off a mask and it was Michael Jackson.
Vulture thinks this is weird, but to me it makes perfect sense.
The Mandalay Bay hotel and casino is planning an MJ entertainment complex that will include “a Jackson-themed lounge, an interactive memorabilia museum and a theater designed to replicate the iconic refuge of the deceased musical legend,” where objects from Neverland will be on display. The complex is scheduled to open in 2013, but will be previewed in December, along with the Vegas stop of the new Cirque du Soleil MJ show. A show that, by the way, “features a massive tree symbolic of a favorite oak that was outside Jackson’s Neverland bedroom. The singer nicknamed it the Giving Tree and had a perch built atop it where he wrote music and sometimes slept.”
Michael Jackson manslaughter trial will be circus, rules everyone.