Michael Jackson has reportedly returned to London yesterday to launch his comeback. The 50-year-old debt-ridden King of Pop, who has been living in Las Vegas for the better part of two years while entertaining many performance offers, is scheduled to make a “special announcement” March 5 at The 02 Arena in London.
Jackson will reportedly perform 10 concerts for a reported $10 million.
The Los Angeles-based AEG Live, who operates The O2, has reportedly booked the deal. If the shows are well-received and attended, and Jackson can make the commitments, the deal could extend to a total of 20 to 30 performances, at up to $1 million per show.
AEG also has a strong Las Vegas connection. Could it be that he will perform here too?
2 responses to “Michael Jackson Expected To Announce $10 Million Performance Deal on March 5”
if i were Michael Jackson I would want my old face back
HE WAS A REAL ARTIST, A GOOD EXAMPLE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE BACK IN THE 8O’S, 9O’S , HE WILL LIVE FOREVER IN MANY PEOPLE HEART