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The new Lifetime and Netflix movies about Michael Jackson and his pet monkey, Bubbles, won't feature any of MJ's music if they know what's good for them.
Sources close to Michael Jackson's estate tell TMZ the new flicks, 'Searching for Neverland' and the recently announced animated feature, "Bubbles," are not authorized -- therefore, they're not allowed to use ANY of Michael's materials ... We're told MJ's estate is holding off on legal action for now, but if they hear anything like, oh let's say "Billie Jean," "Thriller," "Beat It," "Rock with You," "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" or any of his hits ...
Paris Jackson has been trying to hook up with girls on a celebrity dating app as she moves on from ex Michael Snoddy, Radar has learned.
Michael Jackson’s little princess is getting flirty with the same sex on elite dating app Raya, and she’s been chatting up some VERY hot American girls.
But for now, the daughter of the late Michael Jackson is focusing on her career — specifically, her upcoming role in Fox’s new Lee Daniels–directed series, Star.“It appears that Paris and Michael have parted ways for now, but their future is uncertain,” the insider says.
“She’s not interested in making a big statement about her sexuality.
With an event as seismic and salable as Michael Jackson’s death, the eight-year anniversary also means it’s time to rev-up for the 10th-anniversary—which is to say that the next few years will see a stream of new and unauthorized Jackson-related content.
The controversial Sky Arts TV episode in which Joseph Fiennes was set to play one of the most famous black people to ever live, canceled in January, was just the start of what is sure to be a fraught era.
Based on the memoir written by Jackson’s bodyguards Bill Whitfield and Javon Beard, stars Navi, a Jackson impersonator so dead-on that the King of Pop allegedly used him as a body double from time to time.
As is typical for Lifetime biopics—the network has portrayed Britney Spears, Whitney Houston, and the cast of in recent years—the subject (or in this case, his estate) has not sanctioned the project.