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TMZ reports that Michael Jackson has died following a cardiac arrest this afternoon.
Sadly, we think this isn't the worst of it.
A new lawsuit could block the shows that would've made Jackson rich again.
Michael Jackson's publicist and manager is suing him for $44 million.
Sadly, though, probably not the one you're thinking of.
Just when it looked like Michael Jackson would have to part with his diamond-encrusted socks and wax statues of himself, a deal has been struck allowing him to keep it all.
Plus: Lady Gaga on the inspirational powers of cocaine.
And in a barely related story, Jay Leno is not happy that tickets to his free show in Detroit have landed on eBay.
Due to "unprecedented demand," Michael Jackson has been forced to add seventeen more shows in London.
Plus: Perry Farrell builds the anticipation for the Siegfried & Roy reunion show.
A diamond-studded Snuggie? Another huge statue of himself?
Michael Jackson, or at least someone purporting to be Michael Jackson, just attempted to give a press conference in London to announce a tour.
John Landis wants his money!
Plus: Hilary Duff in, uh, a new 'Bonnie and Clyde.'
Michael's not participating in the Jackson 5 reunion tour. Also, Janet canceled a show.
'He does have a very high, not very manly voice.'
Plus: Will Mariah Carey win an Oscar? Hahahahaha. Sorry.
Dancing zombies? Michael Jackson impersonators? Vulture is there.
Hilarious shenanigans — from the Rolling Stones' fifteen-foot inflatable onstage penis to Dylan's conversion to Christianity — have always been part of rock and roll.
The acclaimed novelist and screenwriter talks to Vulture.
Plus news about Thriller and how we are old.
Grammy producers have asked Michael Jackson to perform at Sunday's awards ceremony, as part of a 25th-anniversary celebration of his Thriller album.