At his public memorial service today at 12 O'Clock in Los Angeles, the King of Pop, Michael Jackson may finally get his wish: to be treated like royalty.
From all accounts, the services will likely be even bigger than the Bozo the Clown service last year that almost led to a riot with a hundred thousand loyal fans, mimes and clowns attending and several joke incidents that were misinterpreted.
It's only fitting, since Jackson was obsessed with becoming a knight as well as watching Bozo on the Chicago station for 40 years.
"He famously wanted to be in the Engish Royalty's good graces and the good graces of the queen (Elizabeth II)," Jackson biographer Stacy Brown told ABCNews.com. "He was obsessed with royalty and wanted to be knighted."
But close friends say that he also wanted to wear a funny face and do funny stuff like dangling kids over balcony rails also.