He is in Los Angeles and preparing to speak to the authorities.
Madonna, Lisa Marie Presley, Corey Feldman, and more celebs react.
"All hell's going to break loose."
Marty McFly! Carl Weathers! A panther!
'SYTYCD' was last night's top-rated program.
"That's important because when Michael showed up, he had a guest with him. Macaulay Culkin."
41 of the Top 100 songs were recorded by Jackson.
Reports out of the U.K. suggest this may be a possibility.
Authorities have been unable to locate Jackson's personal physician.
They even brought Kurt Loder and John Norris out for the occasion.
Actually, it was randomly scheduled before yesterday's events. But still: creepy.
Live at Motown 25.
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?