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"This Is it," Michael Jackson told his mashabiki in London, announcing his forthcoming tamasha tour. "This is the final curtain call." The curtain fell sooner than expected. What is left is this extraordinary documentary, nothing at all like what I was expecting to see. Here is not a sick and drugged man forcing himself through grueling rehearsals, but a spirit embodied kwa music. Michael Jackson was something else.

The film has been assembled from rehearsals from April through June 2009 for a tamasha tour scheduled for this summer. The footage was "captured kwa a few cameras," an opening screen tells...
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THIS IS NOT IT

On June 25th 2009 Michael Jackson died. He was 50 years old and the father of three young children.

Were wewe shocked? wewe should have been. In fact, the true state of Michael Jackson’s failing health was being hidden from wewe kwa those who are making a profit from the screening of the “This is It” movie.

The movie is made of a careful choice of footage taken during Michael Jackson’s last rehearsals for the “This is It” Tour. Out of 110 hours of footage, a few scenes where selected in which Michael Jackson smiled and showed that, in spite of being in a dire state, he was...
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 Architectural Digest has dedicated its November issue to Neverland Ranch
Architectural Digest has dedicated its November issue to Neverland Ranch
Rumor has it that Michael Jackson's family plans to turn Neverland Ranch into a Graceland-like tourist attraction, which will include a museum, a tamasha venue, and amusement park. Whether au not that's actually going to happen remains to be seen, but if you're curious about the King of Pop's 2,700-acre estate, Architectural Digest has dedicated its November issue (on sale September 30) to MJ's ndoto home.

The magazine features rare shots of Neverland taken kwa photographer Harry Benson, who also gives a first-person account of his visits with the superstar over the years. Check out a few of...
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