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Sunday, 28 June 2009

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)2 Michael Jackson concert patrons queue patiently

Michael Jackson's British tour agent husband and wife team, Joe King and Faye King, held a press conference this morning to confirm that Michael Jackson's proposed 375 night sell out tour of the O2 White Elephant arena in London will still be going ahead despite the singer's recent death.

They said that if the British public were willing to attend a concert by Britney Spears, where she not only didn't sing a note herself all night long, but more drastically confused Manchester with London, they failed to see why the Michael Jackson concerts should be cancelled just because the singer had passed away.

Mr King went on to say that it was just as well it wasn't the 'Killer Tour', otherwise they would have struggled to rename it within the bounds of respect and common decency.

Support bands lined up include MUD (whose lead singer is also in that great Rock and Roll arena in the sky), the late Jimi Hendrix, Dr Feelgood (lead singer Lee Brilleaux is a little bit deceased as well), the original Thin Lizzy (sorry, Phil Lynott has just mentioned he wont be there), the Doors (er, yes, Jim Morrison unavailable at the time of writing), and a finale supergroup composed of the late John Lennon, George Harrison, Freddie Mercury and Timmy Mallett (apologies, but so far only Timmy Mallett has confirmed).

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