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Jackson planning massive live comeback?

By | Published on Monday 23 February 2009

Michael Jackson

The Daily Mail claims that Michael Jackson is planning a thirty-date live comeback event at London’s The O2, and that he could receive up to £1.5m per night to perform. They say that organisers AEG Live are planning to start the series of gigs in July, and are confident that fans will travel from across Europe to attend.

A source is quoted as saying: “It will be the greatest comeback in the history of pop and there would be no problem selling out the O2 every night. No-one is concerned about his reputation and people don’t feel it is a risk. Organisers are confident people will come from all over the world to see him”.

It’s not the first time ‘Jacko to play O2’ rumours have done the rounds, though if this story is true it should help with his money troubles. Assuming he’s anywhere near fit enough to do thirty shows.



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