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Michael Jackson Quotes are so Amazing!

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MJ fans take strength out of Michael Jackson quotes. They are so inspiring, wise and intelligent. Some Michael Jackson quotes even reflect the deepest emotions of his soul. So here are a few extra MJ quotes that we like to share:

-People think they know me, but they don’t. Not really. Actually, I am one of the loneliest people on this earth. I cry sometimes, because it hurts. It does. To be honest, I guess you could say that it hurts to be me. -MJ

-I just want to say to fans in every corner of the earth, every nationality, every race, every language: I love you from the bottom of my heart. I would love your prayers and your goodwill, and please be patient and be with me and believe in me because I am completely, completely innocent. But please know a lot of conspiracy is going on as we speak. -MJ

-Elizabeth Taylor is a warm cuddly blanket that I love to snuggle up to and cover myself with. I can confide in her and trust her. She’s Mother Teresa, Princess Diana, the Queen of England, and Wendy. -MJ

-I love my children. I was holding my son tight. Why would I throw a baby off the balcony? That’s the dumbest, stupidest story I ever heard.-MJ

-I am always writing a potpourri of music. I want to give the world escapism through the wonder of great music and to reach the masses.-MJ

-I am the captain of my ship. I take suggestions and listen to what everyone has to say, but the final decision is mine.-MJ

-They scream, they cry, they love, they support, they defend, they listen. My fans are everything. -MJ

-Some friends, you only see them when the sun shines.. My fans sustained me even in dark days. I owe them everything.-MJ
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Michael Jackson’s quotes

Michael Jackson is famous for his signature moonwalk, his voice, his songs, his videos, you name it. But what very few people know is that he is really smart and a good humanitarian. He popped some very intelligent inspirational quotes:

Michael Jackson Quotes

“You never know how long you have with someone, so don’t forget to say I love you while you can.”- Michael Jackson

“I say, ‘You should blanket me’ or ‘you should blanket her’, meaning like a blanket is a blessing. It’s a way of showing love and caring.”- Michael Jackson

“Love is the human family’s most precious legacy. Its richest bequest. Its golden inheritance.”- Michael Jackson

“For me, Love is something very pure.”- Michael Jackson
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“To me, ballads are special, because you can have a pop song that’ll be know for three weeks and then you’ll hear nothing else about it. Nobody else will record it and it’ll just be gone. But if you do a good ballad, it’ll be in the world forever.”- Michael Jackson

“When you have a special gift you don’t realize it because you think everyone else has the same gift.”- Michael Jackson

Music is a very important and powerful substance, and all the planets in the universe make music. It’s called music of the spheres. They all make a different note; they make harmony. So there’s harmony even in the universe as we speak.”- Michael Jackson

They say parenting is like dancing. You take one step, and your child takes another.”- Michael Jackson

Once I get on stage, something happens. The rhythm starts and the lights hit me and the problems disappear.” ~Michael Jackson (1988)

Dear Moonwalkers

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Michael Jackson Collectionary

Dear Moonwalkers, check out the best Michael Jackson collectionary available online:

http://thecollectionary.com/club/Michael-Jackson

On this site you find many Michael Jackson items like T-shirs, MJ dolls, MJ slippers, Mj wristbands, Mj Jackets, you name it!

If you are a big fan of the King of POP this is the website for you!

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Search for MJ locations in the best Michael Jackson App: PlanetMJ

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Mihael Jackson has moonwalked all over the world, from the age of 5 he toured everywhere, stayed in numerous hotels worldwide, visited many many stores and interacted with his loyal fans worldwide.

All these locations are amazingly bundled in one App! Just with the touch of your fingertips you swipe from one Michael Jackson location to the other and you will see beautifull streetviews. Check out Michael Jackson’s favourite things!

You experience a journey in Michael’s footsteps and maybe it will give you the opportunity to travel to these Michael Jackson locations.

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Just download the Michael Jackson App : PlanetMJ in iTunes and Google Play for Android!

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The best Michael Jackson App PlanetMJ in store for iPhone/iPad/Android

Brace yourselves MJ fans, there is a new MJ App out there, the best, MJ worthy, state of the art and everything a MJ fan looks for!

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This App shows all the locations in the world where Michael Jackson set foot on, the millions of dollars charity MJ gave, all his concert locations, MJ facts, Michael Jacksons’s favourite things, his hotel locations. Best of all, the App locates your location and easily you can see spots where MJ was nearby your neighbourhood. If you travel arround the world you can track MJ’s spots with this App.Enjoy the streetviews in 3D and moonwalk behind MJ to all his locations.
A large percentage of the App proceedings will go to charity: to deprived children and animals just like MJ did.

This App is named PlanetMJ and you can find it in iTunes for iPhone and iPad. Also available for Android in Google Play.

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Why You wanna Trip on Me (on MJ)

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There is not a soul on earth who is haunted by the press as Michael Jackson is. MJ wrote his frustation about the media in his songs. He could not understand why the media preferred to write about him instead of world hunger for instance..Please stop trippin’ on MJ !

These are the words of the song Why you wanna trip on me, written by Michael Jackson:

They Say I’m Different

They Don’t Understand

But There’s A Bigger Problem

That’s Much More In Demand

You Got World Hunger

Not Enough To Eat

So There’s Really No Time

To Be Trippin’ On Me

You Got School Teachers

Who Don’t Wanna Teach

You Got Grown People

Who Can’t Write Or Read

You Got Strange Diseases

Ah But There’s No Cure

You Got Many Doctors

That Aren’t So Sure

So Tell Me

Why You Wanna Trip On Me

Why You Wanna Trip On Me

Stop Trippin’

We’ve Got More Problems

Than We’ll Ever Need

You Got Gang Violence

And Bloodshed On The Street

You Got Homeless People

With No Food To Eat

With No Clothes On Their Back

And No Shoes For Their Feet

We’ve Got Drug Addiction

In The Minds Of The Weak

We’ve Got So Much Corruption

Police Brutality

We’ve Got Streetwalkers

Walkin’ Into Darkness

Tell Me

What Are We Doin’

To Try To Stop This

Why You Wanna Trip On Me

Why You Wanna Trip On Me

Why You Wanna Trip On Me

Why You Wanna Trip On Me

Ooh Stop Trippin’

Yeah Stop Trippin’

Everybody Just Stop Trippin’

Why You Wanna Trip On Me

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Why You Wanna Trip On Me

Why You Wanna Trip On Me

Stop Trippin’

Why You Wanna Trip On Me

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Ooh Stop Trippin’

Yeah Stop Trippin’

Everybody Just Stop Trippin’

Stop Trippin’

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Stop Trippin’

Stop Trippin’

Funny facts about Michael Jackson, we love it!

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I would like to share some funny facts about Michael Jackson. We all love him very much and therefore we like to know more about the King of Pop!

1.He used to make day-schedules with baby sister Janet Jackson, the schedule for instance had the following content: 1. Going on the rolling coaster, go to the movies and eat popcorn etc.

2.Michael loved the safety instructions an airline stewardess gives in an airlplane, he actually would have used this at his THIS IS IT concert…

3.Michael Jackson loved art, he liked artists like Michelangelo. An TRUE artist is always inspired by another artist. (Fred Astaire quote)

4.He made fun of  his sister La Toya, who didn’t let anybody sit on her bed. He used to say to her :” You must sit on it one time”

5 MJ’s laugh was very loud, once he begun laughing he could not stop!

6 Michael Jackson believes in God, he always prayed before shows and used the name of God in his “thank you ” speeches at award winning shows.

7.He loved the Three Stooges

8.MJ loves mexican food, later in his life he loved KFC ‘s fried chicken.

9. He loved ladies who were stylish, like lady Diana

10.MJ loved water balloon fights

11.He adores his mother Katherine, to Michael she is perfection..

12. Michael Jackson is very spiritual, in everything he sees God, if it is music, the sky , he sees God and beauty in everything en considers himself a human being gifted by God…MJ is very humble and thankfull for his talent, this unique gift from God…

13. Michael Jackson was very shy, once on stage he changed in a completely different person, off stage people did’n't recognize him anymore because of his shyness.
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Michael Jackson shopping in Japan

Michael loves to shop. Here is a never seen footage of the king shoppinh in Japan. He looks quite shy , but very cute !

Treasure “Moonwalk” the book , biography of the Man himself

mj smilesMoonwalk was re-released on October 13 2009. The book is spectaculair , as it has been written by Michael Jackson himself. A real MJ fan owns the english version, because one can find his own words in the english version of Moonwalk.

The book chronicles MJ’s early years from the Jackson 5 untill the BAD period.

Michael breaks his silence and talks about his life , the book takes you on a journey you have never been on . It gives you a glimpse of the real Michael Jackson , the real King of Pop !

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Just read the following passage from Michael’s Moonwalk , he talks about his Billie jean performance on Motown 25:

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“‘The Motown 25 show had actually been taped a month earlier, in April. The whole title was Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, and Forever , and I’m forced to admit I had to be talked into doing it. I’m glad I did because the show eventually produced some of the happiest and proudest moments of my life.

As I mentioned earlier, I said no to the idea at first. I had been asked to appear as a member of the Jacksons and then do a dance number on my own. But none of us were Motown artists any longer. There were lengthy debates between me and my managers, Weisner and DeMann. I thought about how much Berry Gordy had done for me and the group, but I told my managers and Motown that I didn’t want to go on TV. My whole attitude toward TV is fairly negative. Eventually Berry came to see me to discuss it. I was editing “Beat It” at the Motown studio, and someone must have told him I was in the building. He came down to the studio and talked to me about it at length. I said, “Okay, but if I do it, I want to do ‘Billie Jean.’” It would have been the only non-Motown song in the whole show. He told me that’s what he wanted me to do anyway. So we agreed to do a Jacksons’ medley, which would include Jermaine. We were all thrilled.

So I gathered my brothers and rehearsed them for this show. I really worked them, and it felt nice, a bit like the old days of the Jackson 5. I choreographed them and rehearsed them for days at our house in Encino, videotaping every rehearsal so we could watch it later. Jermaine and Marlon also made their contributions. Next we went to Motown in Pasadena for rehearsals. We did our act and, even though we reserved our energy and never went all out at rehearsal, all the people there were clapping and coming around and watching us. Then I did my “Billie Jean” rehearsal. I just walked through it because as yet I had nothing planned. I hadn’t had time because I was so busy rehearsing the group.

The next day I called my management office and said, “Please order me a spy’s hat, like a cool fedora – something that a secret agent would wear.” I wanted something sinister and special, a real slouchy kind of hat. I still didn’t have a very good idea of what I was going to do with “Billie Jean.”

During the Thriller sessions, I had found a black jacket, and I said, “You know, someday I’m going to wear this to perform. It was so perfect and so show business that I wore it on Motown 25 .

But the night before the taping, I still had no idea what I was going to do with my solo number. So I went down to the kitchen of our house and played “Billie Jean.” Loud. I was in there by myself, the night before the show, and I pretty much stood there and let the song tell me what to do. I kind of let the dance create itself. I really let it talk to me; I heard the beat come in, and I took this spy’s hat and started to pose and step, letting the “Billie Jean” rhythm create the movements. I felt almost compelled to let it create itself. I couldn’t help it. And that – being able to “step back” and let the dance come through – was a lot of fun.

I had also been practicing certain steps and movements, although most of the performance was actually spontaneous. I had been practicing the Moonwalk for some time, and it dawned on me in our kitchen that I would finally do the Moonwalk in public on Motown 25.

Now the Moonwalk was already out on the street by this time, but I enhanced it a little when I did it. It was born as a break-dance step, a “popping” type of thing that blacks kids had created dancing on the street corners in the ghetto. Black people are truly innovative dancers; they create many of the new dances, pure and simple. So I said, “This is my chance to do it,” and I did it. These three kids taught it to me. They gave me the basics – and I had been doing it a lot in private. I had practiced it together with certain other steps. All I was really sure of was that on the bridge to “Billie Jean” I was going to walk backward and forward at the same time, like walking on the moon.

One the day of the taping, Motown was running behind schedule. Late. So I went off and rehearsed by myself. By then I had my spy hat. My brothers wanted to know what the hat was for, but I told them they’d have to wait and see. But I did ask Nelson Hayes for a favor. “Nelson – after I do the set with my brothers and the lights go down, sneak the hat out to me in the dark. I’ll be in the corner, next to the wings, talking to the audience, but you sneak that hat back there and put it in my hand in the dark.”

So after my brothers and I finished performing, I walked over to the side of the stage and said, “You’re beautiful! I’d like to say those were the good old days; those were magic moments with all my brothers, including Jermaine. But what I really like” – and Nelson is sneaking the hat into my hand – “are the newer songs.” I turned around and grabbed the hat and went into “Billie Jean,” into that heavy rhythm; I could tell that people in the audience were really enjoying my performance. My brothers told me they were crowding the wings watching me with their mouths open, and my parents and sisters were out there in the audience. But I just remember opening my eyes at the end of the thing and seeing this sea of people standing up, applauding. And I felt so many conflicting emotions. I knew I had done my best and felt good, so good. But at the same time I felt disappointed in myself. I had planned to do one really long spin and to stop on my toes, suspended for a moment, but I didn’t stay on my toes as long as I wanted. I did the spin and I landed on one toe. I wanted to just stay there, just freeze there, but it didn’t work quite as I’d planned.

When I got backstage, the people back there were congratulating me. I was still disappointed about the spin. I had been concentrating so hard and I’m such a perfectionist. At the same time I knew this was one of the happiest moments of my life. I knew that for the first time my brothers had really gotten a chance to watch me and see what I was doing, how I was evolving. After the performance, each of them hugged and kissed me backstage. They had never done that before, and I felt happy for all of us. It was so wonderful when they kissed me like that. I loved it! I mean, we hug all the time. My whole family embraces a lot, except for my father. He’s the only one who doesn’t. Whenever the rest of us see each other, we embrace, but when they all kissed me that night, I felt as if I had been blessed by them.

The performance was still gnawing at me, and I wasn’t satisfied until a little boy came up to me backstage. He was about ten years old and was wearing a tuxedo. He looked up at me with stars in his eyes, frozen where he stood, and said, “Man, who ever taught you to dance like that?” I kind of laughed and said, “Practice, I guess.” And this boy was looking at me, awestruck. I walked away, and for the first time that evening I felt really good about what I had accomplished that night. I said to myself, I must have done really well because children are honest. When that kid said what he did, I really felt that I had done a good job. I was so moved by the whole experience that I went right home and wrote down everything which had happened that night. My entry ended with my encounter with the child.

The day after the Motown 25 show, Fred Astaire called me on the telephone. He said – these are his exact words – “You’re a hell of a mover. Man, you really put them on their asses last night.” That’s what Fred Astaire said to me. I thanked him. Then he said, “You’re an angry dancer. I’m the same way. I used to do the same thing with my cane.”

I had met him once or twice in the past, but this was the first time he had ever called me. He went on to say, “I watched the special last night; I taped it and I watched it again this morning. You’re a hell of a mover.”

It was the greatest compliment I had ever received in my life, and the only one I had ever wanted to believe. For Fred Astaire to tell me that meant more to me than anything. Later my performance was nominated for an Emmy Award in a musical category, but I lost to Leontyne Price. It didn’t matter. Fred Astaire had told me things I would never forget – that was my reward. Later he invited me to his house, and there were more compliments from him until I really blushed. He went over my “Billie Jean” performance, step by step. The great choreographer Hermes Pan, who had choreographed Fred’s dances in the movies, came over, and I showed them how to Moonwalk and demonstrated some other steps that really interested them.

Not long after that Gene Kelly came by my house to visit and also said he liked my dancing. It was a fantastic experience, that show, because I felt I had been inducted into an informal fraternity of dancers, and I felt so honored because these were the people I most admired in the world.

Right after Motown 25 my family read a lot of stuff in the press about my being “the new Sinatra” and as “exciting as Elvis” – that kind of thing. It was very nice to hear, but I knew the press could be so fickle. One week they love you, and the next week they act like you’re rubbish. Later I gave the glittery black jacket I wore on Motown 25 to Sammy Davis as a present. He said he was going to do a takeoff of me on stage, and I said, “Here, you want to wear this when you do it?” He was so happy. I love Sammy. He’s such a fine man and a real showman. One of the best. I had been wearing a single glove for years before Thriller . I felt that one glove was cool. Wearing two gloves seemed so ordinary, but a single glove was different and was definitely a look. But I’ve long believed that thinking too much about your look is one of the biggest mistakes you can make, because an artist should let his style evolve naturally, spontaneously. You can’t think about these things; you have to feel your way into them.”


THIS IS IT will premiere in a few hours…then we will see magic again

The THIS IS IT movie wil be shown in cimema’s worldwide only a few  hours from now.Fans around the world will get a glimpse of what Michael Jackson would have put on stage in the O2 theater in London .

It is merely a glimpse , because you can not compare a rehearsal with the real thing .Special suites were created for MJ by famous designers , some of them were not finished when MJ passed away and he never saw those suits. Of course he didnt wear them on the rehearsals, but never the less MJ always looked like a royalty .

Michael seemed to be very fit and fresh during the rehearsals , his voice was stil phenomenal so did his dance. He put a stamp on the whole organisation , what MJ wanted would happen. he wanted to knock his fans out of their seats , create something new, something unexpected…

We can’t wait to see Michael in THIS IS IT , we expect the best of him .