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Michael Jackson's THIS IS IT is a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the performer as he developed, created and rehearsed for his sold-out concerts at London's O2 Arena. Chronicling the months from April through June 2009, this film was produced with the full support of the Estate of Michael Jackson and drawn from more than one hundred hours of behind-the-scenes footage featuring Jackson rehearsing a number of his songs for the show. In raw and candid detail, Michael Jackson's THIS IS IT captures the singer, dancer, filmmaker, architect, creative genius and great artist at work as he creates and perfects his planned final London shows.
A look at the triumph and tragedies of the King of Pop. From his days as a young boy leading the Jackson 5 through the dark days of the addiction that eventually took his life.
In the wake of Michael Jackson's death, the world went into mourning. But as people began to deal with the news of his passing, attention turned to all that he had left the world. Michael Jackson: A Tribute celebrates the way Jackson's music has changed the world, and how his charity work has made it a better place.
It's a fact: the public can't get enough of all things Michael Jackson...good or bad. The trial against him is a major pop culture event.
Michael Jackson thrilled millions with song and dance - but he had issues when it came to young boys, though denying he ever abused.This special tracks it all, including the important players in his life and his incredible music.
In the wake of Michael Jackson’s death, the world went into mourning. However, as time has passed, we have been able to remember all of the positive things that this unstoppable artist left the world throughout his fifty years. Michael Jackson’s work changed the face of pop music. He pioneered the music video clip, and his dance style, costuming and tenor voice set a new benchmark for performance. His records eclipsed even the most well-loved and established artists, and his influence on the music industry can still be felt today. But when Jackson’s musical prowess earned him unimaginable sums of money, he chose to use it in the only fitting way he knew how: he gave it away to charity. Through his ‘Heal the World’ foundation Jackson raised awareness of global issues as well as raising money, leaving a lasting legacy of goodwill with the world. Our program uses industry tributes to tell the story of the most important things that Michael Jackson left the world: his music; his charity work; and his children.
Twenty-five years after Michael Jackson's visionary BAD album and tour left an indelible mark on pop culture, BAD25 takes you back inside the recording sessions, film shoots and sold-out stadiums for an intimate look at the King Of Pop's creative genius. Poignant and candid, the documentary directed by Spike Lee goes beyond paying homage to the record-setting album featuring such iconic songs as "Bad" and "Man In The Mirror." Using never-before-seen footage and candid interviews with subjects ranging from Martin Scorsese, Mariah Carey and Sheryl Crow to Stevie Wonder, ?uestlove and Kanye West, Lee chronicles what became not only a watershed moment in Michael Jackson's growth as an artist but in popular music as well. The New York Times called BAD25 "filled with oh-wow moments," while Time lauded the film as "an intimate view of a performer at his peak in the intense splendor of creativity.
Director Allan Moyle helms this drama that captures dichotomy of one of the most controversial entertainers of all time -- pop megastar Michael Jackson, aka "The Gloved One."
Following the recent imprisonment of Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray for involuntary manslaughter, we are taken on a journey through the extraordinary life of Michael Jackson from his debut in the Jackson 5 to his untimely death in 2009.
Michael Jackson: The Final Word
If you can't duplicate Michael Jackson's moves on the dance floor, try dancing your pencil across paper to capture the pop star's indomitable spirit.
Host Ross Mathews and "Inside Dish" producer Ryan MacDonald dish about Barbara Walters, Michael Jackson and Robert Pattinson. See what the dish team serves up today!
Flo Anthony talks about Michael Jackson's Funeral Reception
MJ's nanny Grace Rwaramba says he fired her for planning a drug intervention for him
Raymone Bain lashes out at people who say they knew Michael Jackson had a drug problem. Why does she say people have the wrong information?
Watch as she reminisces about the all-girl group she joined when she was 9 years old and how she eventually went off on her own.
Access talks with Paula about Michael Jackson receiving 5 AMA nominations, missing Simon Cowell's 50th birthday, and if she has spoken to Ellen yet about "American Idol."
HTV talks to LaToya Jackson about Michael Jackson's death.
Dr. Deepak Chopra and Miko Brando (Marlon Brando's son) talk about Michael's death. Plus, Deepak tells Access how he introduced the children's nanny to Michael.
Jackson's former bodyguard, Mike La Perruque, describes how Michael's children were his life. But because they were children of a superstar, could they do whatever they wanted?
Legal correspondent, Darren Kavinoky, blogs about Michael Jackson's doctor.
Family friend, Flo Anthony, discusses Michael Jackson news.
With many questions still surrounding Michael's death, La Toya heads to a psychic for some answers. Wearing a disguise and altering her voice to hide her identity, La Toya receives an unexpected message from her deceased brother.
Oprah conducted the first-ever interview with Prince, Paris and Blanket.
Hollywood.tv spotted the King of Pop Michael Jackson out in Beverly Hills.
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