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Friday, June 12, 2009

Guess Who's Back?

No, I am not talking about Slim Shady and his recent album Relapse, either.
Michael Jackson is scheduled to play 50 shows in London starting in July. However, a music promoter from New Jersey’s AllGood Entertainment Inc. is trying to stop him from playing. The promoter has a signed contract by Jackson’s manager committing the singer to play in the U.S. this summer. The New Jersey company wants 20 million dollars in compensatory damages and at least 20 million in punitive damages, according to Billboard. AEG Live, the company Jackson has signed to play with in England says AllGood Entertainment’s claims are meaningless to them. Thus far, it's looking like Jackson will not honor the contract and will not grace us with an appearance this summer.

-Sarah Saltzman

Currently listening to: "I Gotta Feeling" by The Black Eyed Peas from The E.N.D.

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