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Saturday, 8 August 2009

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The finger that will assist "The Nose Formerly Known As Jacko's"

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA Michael Jackson's prosthetic nose, missing since the autopsy following his death on June 25, has finally been located.

Yoko Ono revealed that she had been in negotiations with Jackson prior to his death regarding a collaboration on The Plastic Ono Band's new album, "Between My Head and the Sky", due to be released September 21; it will be the first studio album credited to the Band since "Feeling the Space" was released in 1973.

The Plastic Ono Band was the supergroup formed by John Lennon and Ono which included Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Keith Moon, Billy Preston, and Phil Spector, among others; after the formation of the group, Lennon and Ono decided to credit all of their projects to the Plastic Ono Band. "Give Peace a Chance" was the first single released by the Band.

Ono revealed her initial disappointment upon learning of Jackson's shocking demise which was followed by relief when contacted by "The Nose Formerly Known As Jacko's" legal team in an interview appearing in the latest issue of the "Rolling Stoned" magazine, due to hit news stands August 20.

While Jackson had originally been slated to contribute significantly to the new project, "The Nose Formerly Known As Jacko's" will play a much smaller role in the album, consisting mainly of Hawaiian nose humming.

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