Michael Jackson’s Death Nominated As 2009’s TOP Entertainment Story In The World!

by Georgia on 8th Feb 2010 | View all blogs by Georgia

After the movie “This is it”, the passed away “King of pop” remained in the hearts of many. As US newspapers and associated press editors stated, Michael Jackson’s death remains as the top entertainment story of all time.

Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009 yet his death was still undergoing several investigations due to the rumors that Jackson’s death was ruled a homicide.

And his personal physician Dr. Conrad Murray was suspected to be responsible about Jackson’s Death. At the age of 50, Michael has achieved thousands of memorable thing in his life and the Movie “This is it” is one of the proofs.

During Michael’s funeral, there are thousands of people joined the last moment in his life including celebrities, relatives, friends, owners of wholesale lingerie businesses in California as well as fans out there.

This only proved that the name Michael Jackson is not only famous in US but all over the world. As the King of Pop, Michael will always be Michael in the hearts of many.

Just imagine people from different parts of the country reunited for one goal which is to recall the memories of Michael.

Although, there are issues of molestations when against Michael when he was alive, these were all gone after Michael’s death.

This only proved that people really loves Michael not just because he is the King of Pop but also as an ordinary person.

With the movie, this is it; people have able to recognize the real Michael. “This is it” isn’t really a film, a concert or a movie.

This is actually the compilation of Michael Jackson’s preparation for the upcoming concert in London. These comprise 50 shows all at once.

Unfortunately, due to what happened to Michael, the concert will remain as a dream. 

Above all, Michael Jackson’s death serves as celebrations pop music all over the world. Some people sells wholesale clothing with Michael’s face printed while on the other hand, there are also some that sells DVDs and other Michael’s memorabilia.



  • Caducean Whisks
    by Caducean Whisks 4 days ago
    No, beats me - I can't see the connection between Michael Jackson, wholesale clothing and writing. I must be dim.
  • Skylark
    by Skylark 4 days ago
    Methinks this might be a spammer...go away and leave our lovely site alone!
  • Eshka
    by Eshka 3 days ago
    I just read this. It's hilarious. Firstly, Mickey's still alive. He's here, sharing a bottle of port with Elvis and I. Secondly, he wouldn't have invited wholesale lingerie sellers to his ''funeral''. He doesn't wear underwear. And finally, Mickey says he never once asked Celebrations to sponsor pop music. He wouldn't have allowed it. Almost all of the sweets contain nuts and he finds them a bit too chewy. Mickey prefers a tender, soft-centred chocolate, like the caramel barrels you get in Quality Street.
  • norman normington
    by norman normington 3 days ago
    What about those weird ones that seem to taste of turnip purée! Can't remember the name....oh yes! Turnip surprise!
    I reckon sweets should be made giant size like a hedgehog or lawn mower!
    Yes it is isn't it!
    Coo! eh! what the........
  • Aonghus Fallon
    by Aonghus Fallon 3 days ago
    Georgia, I'm sorry for my fellow WC members' churlish response to your fascinating article - I had no idea wholesale clothing was such an important feature of Jackson's life, but then multimillionaires can often be obessively thrifty, can't they? Perhaps we could get to know one another a bit better? You're a pretty little thing, but your prose style is a tad on the clunky side. I'm a middle-aged man in a fulfilling relationship, but a bit of a tomcat. You see where this is going? I'd be more than happy to give you a few pointers re your prose style. In return I'd just like to get to know you a bit better. Shall we say, over coffee next Tuesday at a venue of your choice? LA is not a problem.
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