Friday, August 12, 2011

Christina Aguilera headlining concert in homage to "King of Pop"

The singer Christina Aguilera headlining artists will participate in the Michael Jackson tribute concert to be held October 8 in Cardiff (UK) later today CNN. Next to the Latin translator of "What a Girl Wants" are Leona Lewis, Smokey Robinson, Cee Lo Green, the British band JLS, Alien Ant Farm training and singer Craig David, a list that must be added to part of the brothers of the late "King of Pop", and the 3T group consisting of three sons of Tito Jackson.

"This announcement is only the beginning," said Paul Ring, CEO of the organizing company, Global Live Events, which aimed to in the coming days will be announced more names. "This concert will unite generations and musical genres and will remind everyone how incredible it was Michael's talent," said Ring.

Those interested in attending the event, titled "Michael Forever: The Tribute Concert", may register for an entry on the website www. michaelforevertribute. com starting today. Applicants entered into a drawing to determine who has access to purchase passes. Concert is scheduled to last 4 hours and takes place in the Wales Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, with seating for 75,000 people.

Michael Jackson's mother, Katherine, and the promoters of the event next week will negotiate the possible live broadcast of the show through CNN. The idea of a tribute to Michael Jackson in October did not like two of the artist's brothers, Jermaine and Randy, who publicly expressed their displeasure at the possibility at a time which will run the trial of Conrad Murray's death author of "Thriller." In the same line ruled fan club Michael Jackson, who saw the concert celebration of "inappropriate" because the focus should be set to "justice." Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009 in Los Angeles, the victim of a drug overdose when he was preparing a series of concerts that would take place in July in London.

Jury selection for trial for the death of Jackson will start on September 8 in Los Angeles for the hearings should commence on the 26th of that month.

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