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Elizabeth Taylor Reads Extracts From The Michael Jackson Film Sequel

by | 28th, October 2009

melting2ANYONE unsure what to make of the Michael Jackson necrophilia film in which the show goes on even after the star has died can be assured that Elizabeth Taylor likes it. A lot.

The new Michael Jackson film has been hailed as success. There are rumour of a franchise, with different signers and actors playing Jackson, who thanks to his moving target of a face can be portrayed by just about anyone and the contents of stationery cupboard. It’s Dr Who meets James Bond in a pip-squeezing factory.

For Anorak, Liz Taylor will forever be one part of that picture in which she, Liza Minnelli, David Gest, at whose wedding it was taken, and Jackson appear to be melting. But she is so much more. She has a Twitter account.
Some highlights:

can I truly believe this film should be nominated in every category conceivable.

What awards we do not know, but it’s unlikely Liz means the Golden Raspberry awarded to truly awful films. Liz has more:

From “Black And White”, “Man In The Mirror”. The inspiration behind “We Are The World”. We must take his words of responsibility seriously.

I won’t use words like preaching because that is off-putting, but listen. Listen to his messages.
If you listen to his lyrics they are those of a modern day prophet and it beseeches us to listen to him and what he sang.

I meant to repeat myself. I love you. I remember Michael loved you. He was totally up to now and the message of today in all his songs.

I loved genius in my lifetime. God was so good to me. I will love Michael forever and so will you, if you don’t already.

It is the single most brilliant piece of filmmaking I have ever seen. It cements forever Michael’s genius in every aspect of creativity.

I keep looking at the photo he gave me of himself which says, “To my true love Elizabeth, I love you forever.” And I will love HIM forever.

It’s a hugely entertaining read. And if there is to be sequel – This is Really It – let there be space made for Liz Taylor to read out her post-op tweets.



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