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Michael Jackson’s Madame Tussaud’s Statue Catches Fire

by | 16th, July 2009

jackson-and-marketing-professionals MICHAEL Jackson Watch: Michael Jackson is dead and today’s tribute features the great entertainer dancing about with his head on fire in the manner of an aroused Chelsea football hooligan and a package tour to spot his remains.

No, no, Michael Jackson is not in Hell; Michael Jackson is in Heaven, we have pictures He is just on fire. (Rumours are that Madame Tussauds has already stuck a wick in Jackson’s waxy effigy and made ready to light it. The venue is nothing if not current.) 

And in case you were wondering you can visit Jackson in Heaven, or Neverland, or LA or in a timeshare in Praia da Luz, or wherever Jackson is because Door2Tour will take you to him. First the video tribute of the dead man burning; then the equally timeless press release:

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It’s what he would have wanted. That Press Release:

The recent tragic death of Michael Jackson has seen an outpouring of mixed emotions from around the world. Many have travelled to LA to leave tributes & messages of condolence by his ‘Star’ on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. You too could pay your last respects to one of whom many would call the greatest music icons in the world by taking holidays by air to Los Angeles. offers a wide variety of holidays by air with nationwide pick-up points across the UK including: London Heathrow & Gatwick, Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Manchester and more.

America’s Golden West, from only £1,374 per person:
v 12 days departing on 20 July or 09 August 2009

v 10 nights room only accommodation in the Stratosphere Hotel in Las Vegas, The Vagabond Motel (or similar) in Palm Springs, The Airtel Plaza Hotel or Sportsmen’s Lodge in Los Angeles, the Best Western Casa Grande (or similar) in San Luis Obispo and The Radisson in San Francisco.

v Plenty of free time to see the sights of Los Angeles as well as the Hollywood Walk of Fame to pay your respects to at Michael Jackson’s ‘Star’

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