Jacksons vs AEG day 12 and 13
A cache of e-mails believed lost when Michael's last manager Frank Dileo'' s laptop disappeared could become key evidence in the wrongful death trial against AEG Live. Lawyers for Katherine don't know what they'll find in Frank DiLeo's e-mails, but they are hoping it will support their contention that DiLeo was beholden to the concert promoter and not to Michael.
Janet talks about "janet" album and new album
Billboard has an exclusive interview with Janet in celebration of her "janet." 20th anniversary today, May 18. Her groundbreaking fifth album has sold over 7 million copies and spawned six Hot 100 singles. The album was a sexual awakening for both Jackson and American culture. Hits like "That's The Way Love Goes" and "Any Time, Any Place" were some of the most sexually frank to reach the upper reaches of the charts at the time.
Though she's kept a low profile since 2011, when she released her self-help memoir "True You" and toured behind her "Number Ones" greatest hits set, Janet Jackson spoke with Billboard for an exclusive Q&A where she revisits the making of "janet.," discusses its current influence and teases her next album ("I am working on a new project now.").
Interview with Jermaine in Dutch Chapeau magazine
Check out the latest issue of Dutch magazine Chapeau for an interview with Jermaine about his upcoming guest appearance on stage with Andre Rieu and the Johan Strauss Orchestra in July in Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Taj reveals childhood abuse to defend his uncle Michael
Taj did some unusual tweeting today to preserve his uncle's legacy. While defending his uncle Michael, Taj felt the need to open up about some shocking experience from his own childhood. Jackson Source sends lovelight and support to Taj. Read his tweets.
Jacksons vs AEG day 12
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Michael Jackson appeared "a little loopy" after visits with his longtime dermatologist and was considering using a teleprompter to help him perform some of his songs during his concerts, a choreographer who worked one-on-one with the pop superstar told a jury Tuesday. Travis Payne said he expressed concerns to the director of the "This Is It" shows that Michael might be misusing prescription medications and was exhibiting troubling signs of insomnia, weight loss and paranoia in his final days. Some of the behavior occurred after Michael's visits with dermatologist Dr. Arnold Klein, who Payne believed was performing cosmetic treatments on the singer so he would be comfortable performing onstage again.
Austin on the air with Gina
On Tuesday May 14th, Austin was talking live to AKA Music, Art & Comedy with Gina Yarbrough and taking calls from listeners.
Jacksons vs AEG day 11: Stacy Walker and Travis Payne on the stand
LOS ANGELES (AP) — An associate choreographer who worked onMichael Jackson's planned comeback concerts testified Monday that she didn't see any signs that the pop superstar was ill or might die in the final days of his life. "I just never in a million years thought he would leave us, or pass away," Stacy Walker told jurors. "It just never crossed my mind."
Jermaine responds to Wade Robson's allegations
When returning to Los Angeles from a show in Saint Lucia with his brothers, TMZ asked Jermaine about the recent allegations made by Wade Robson. Check out the video.
Jacksons vs AEG day 10
Karen Faye testified today that she told a drug therapist after the “Dangerous” tour in the early 1990s that she worried that his use of pain killers could be fatal. Taking the stand for the second day on behalf of the plaintiffs in the trial of the negligence and wrongful death lawsuit that Jackson’s mother brought against entertainment giant AEG Live, Karen Faye said under cross- examination by defense attorney Marvin Putnam that Jackson went into a rehab program in England that was recommended by Elizabeth Taylor.