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MJ Confirms O2 Shows

09:53 AM Thursday 3/5/09 |   |

After more than an hour-and-a-half delay, Michael Jackson walked onto the stage set up outside London’s O2 Arena to confirm he will play 10 shows at the venue this summer.

Jackson’s appearance lasted just a few minutes, and that only because he kept getting interrupted by screaming fans wielding cameras and shouting, “We love you Michael!”

  • Michael Jackson

    The King of Pop announcing his O2 Arena concerts.
    March 5, 2009

    (AP Photo)

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The singer also had very little to say, other than his shows at the O2, which kick off July 8, are a farewell.

“These will be my final show performances in London. And when I say this is it, it really means this is it because…” Jackson said before being interrupted.

Looks like we’ll never know why they’re his last shows because he didn’t finish the sentence after fans calmed down enough to let him speak again.

“I’ll be performing the songs my fans want to hear,” he continued. “This is really it. This is the final curtain call. I’ll see you in July.”

More screaming and picture taking. Then, “This is it. I’ll see you in July.”

And with that, the King of Pop waved to fans and left the stage.

Fans can sign up for presale tickets beginning today at MichaelJacksonLive.com. Presale begins March 11, with tickets going on sale to the general public March 13.


Comments

  1. AZ wrote:

    10:32 AM, Mar 06, 2009

    i'll admit it - i would definitely go see him if i had a chance. it's not just because "he's a legend." it's also because curiosity has got the best of me.

  2. SpringsteenIsKing wrote:

    08:15 AM, Mar 06, 2009

    What's really disgusting is that if he were to launch a world tour people would fill arena's, amphitheaters, and even stadiums to "see the legend". Uhhh, I want to vomit.

  3. Napolean wrote:

    03:58 PM, Mar 05, 2009

    He should just join Britney as her circus act.

  4. NYGTO wrote:

    03:51 PM, Mar 05, 2009

    LOL Angie. I love how you managed to convey your ironic tone so beautifully. You were being ironic right?

  5. angie wrote:

    03:42 PM, Mar 05, 2009

    This should be fun.



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