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Michael Jackson: Vanity Fair Covers And Conrad Murray Opens Up

by | 3rd, August 2009

jackson-vanity-fairMICHAEL Jackson Watch: Anorak’s at-a-glance look at Michael Jackson in the news – Conrad Murray’s unit, a Las Vegas show, Farrah Fawcett and Vanity Fair remembers…

Tabloid Baby: La Toya Jackson gives blessing to Steve Friess’ Michael Jackson show in Las Vegas: Freiss is the man who opined:

“Michael Jackson’s untimely death was the best thing that could ever have happened to his music”

And to some concert promoters’, it seems.

TMZ: “Another Storage Unit Rented by Jackson Doc.”

We’ve learned Dr. Conrad Murray has a storage unit in Las Vegas — and there seems to be a growing connection between the doctor’s storage rentals in Vegas and Houston.

Both are big and airy and… did we mention their bigness? Any other news on the death of Michael Jackson?

Dr. Murray missed the July 15 deadline to make payment and he was charged a late fee… Law enforcement believes Dr. Murray may have had Propofol — the drug they believe killed Michael Jackson — stored in the various storage units for shipment to the singer, though as far as we know they do not have proof … at least not yet.

Proof that a legal drug was once in a storage unit… The drama continues…

TOC: Fawcett, Jackson get ‘Fair’ magazine play

Farrah Fawcett and Michael Jackson are getting equal attention in September’s Vanity Fair. Half of the copies will feature a cover photograph of Fawcett by Bruce McBroom; the other half will feature a cover photograph of Jackson by Annie Leibovitz.

PA: “Growing agenda for Jackson hearing”

The handlers of Michael Jackson’s probate and guardianship cases have much to do at a hearing meant to tackle a number of estate and family issues.

Well, yes…

Meanwhile, Mrs Jackson said in a recorded phone interview with Geraldo Rivera that she doesn’t believe her son died of natural causes... “All I know that my son is dead, and I don’t think he just died of natural causes or whatever,” she said. “He’s too young to have that. Something happened. I don’t know what it was. And I can’t say.”

More on the death here

Republica: “Nepal’s evergreen male pop star”

By now, Nima Rumba needs no introduction…

Yet Nima Rumba is still a pop star, and admits to trying to copy the moves of the King of the Pop, Michael Jackson. “I always tried to perform like him, and on the stage, the moves I learnt from Jackson’s videos are clearly evident,” he says.

The death of Michael Jackson – how long will the agonies last?

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