According to a report by Variety online, HBO are seeking a dismissal in the litigation which was brought by the Michael Jackson Estate over ‘Leaving Neverland’.
Jennifer Batten admits in an interview with guitarworld.com, that she’s asked more about playing with Michael at her guitar clinics, than playing with Jeff Beck.
In an interview with Esquire, actor Macaulay Culkin has come out again to reaffirm that Michael never abused him, nor did he witness any inappropriate behaviour.
The Estate of Michael Jackson and the music publishing company BMI have struck a new deal allowing BMI to continue to publish Michael’s back catalog of music.
Tickets for the ‘MJ: The Musical’ have gone on sale to the general public. Previews start on July 6th 2020, with the official opening night on August 13th, 2020.
A Newcastle United footballer recently posted on Twitter a celebratratory return from injury with video of him moonwalking to ‘Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough’.
Get special access to the first tickets on sale for MJ:The Musical. Previews on Broadway begin July 6, 2020, and the opening night of the show is August 13th.
As we reported on December 15th there’s a documentary event in The Netherlands called ‘Square One’. Now due to high demand, there’s been a second screening added.
In advance of tickets going on sale, fans can register to buy tickets 24 hours in advance for MJ: The Musical, before the box office opens to the general public.
Showbiz 411writer Roger Friedman has reported from Buzz Angle that Michael’s sales were up again at the end of 2019, a rise of over 300,000 on the previous year.
Michael Jackson Legacy have contacted us to tell us about their current project to fund 2 classrooms in Malawi which will cater for children with special needs.