Michael Jackson's hologram dazzles in Las Vegas as the late King of Pop reclaims the top of the UK album chart.
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Michael Jackson has regained the title of the highest-earning dead celebrity in the past year, according to Forbes magazine.
The 15-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson has been taken to hospital in Los Angeles, family members told CNN.
Paris Jackson is "going to be OK" and it is unclear why she was taken to hospital, one source told the US network.
Former child star Mark Lester has vowed to prove he is the real father of Michael Jackson's three children.
Lester, 54, told the Sunday People that he is willing to undergo DNA testing, with the permission of Prince Michael, 16, Paris, 15, and Blanket, 11.
A longtime friend of the late singer, Lester, who is the children's godfather, said he donated his sperm on Jackson's request in around 1996, but the pair never spoke of it again.
“He was a great dad to them, brought them up and was brilliant with the kids so I just didn't go there but there is obviously a good possibility [that I could be the biological father].
“I wouldn’t have a DNA test without the children’s permission but when the children come of age, and it’s not far away, and they decide they want me to do it then I will. It is up to them.
Lester played the title role in 1968 film Oliver! and met Jackson in 1978 when they were both 20.
Relatives of the late singer Michael Jackson are taking the promoter of his ill-fated comeback tour to court in a £27 billion lawsuit.
They accuse AEG Live of the "negligent hiring" of Dr Conrad Murray - the doctor who is now serving a prison sentence for the involuntary manslaughter of the singer.
ITV News reporter Ben Chapman has the story:
The civil trial against concert giant AEG will examine if it was criminally negligent in its hiring and supervision of the doctor who was found guilty of Michael Jackson's involuntary manslaughter in 2011.
Lawyers for Jackson's mother Katherine will claim that AEG controlled Dr Conrad Murray's actions and failed to properly investigate the doctor before agreeing to pay him to work as Jackson's personal doctor.
The promoter denies any wrongdoing and their attorney has said Murray was not employed by the promoter and in no way could they have foreseen that Murray was a danger to Jackson.
A £27 billion lawsuit against tour promoter AEG brought by Michael Jackson's family will begin with jury selection today.
Jackson's mother, Katherine claims that AEG negligently hired Jackson's former doctor, Conrad Murray who has been convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the singer's death.
The promoter had been working on a series of Jackson comeback concerts as part of the This Is It tour in 2009 which involved a 50 date residency at London's 02 arena.
In June 2009, Jackson died at his Los Angeles home from a lethal dose of the anesthetic propofol, administered by Murray.
The promoter denies any wrongdoing or responsibility for Murray's decision-making.
Michael Jackson's pop star brother Jermaine Jackson no longer shares the family title after he changed his name to Jermaine Jacksun for "artistic reasons".
The Jackson 5 member was not in court in Los Angeles to see his petition become official on Wednesday as he is touring in Europe with his surviving brothers Jackie, Marlon and Tito.
"If Prince and P Diddy can do it, why can't and shouldn't Jermaine?" Jacksun's attorney, Bret D. Lewis, said when the petition originally was filed in November.
Today is the 30th anniversary since Michael Jackson's Thriller album was released.
It is reportedly the best-selling album of all time, with sales estimated between 65 and 110 million copies worldwide.
It also won a record-breaking eight Grammies in 1984.
The near-14 minute video for the single Thriller was released almost 29 years ago.
Michael Jackson's father, Joe Jackson, is recovering in hospital after suffering a mild stroke, a family friend has told Reuters.
"He was doing well and says he's feeling OK," Brian Oxman, a one-time attorney to Mr Jackson's pop superstar son, said. "He was talking fine. He sounded excellent to me."
The 83-year-old Jackson, who has a history of strokes, was admitted to the Las Vegas hospital after experiencing weakness while walking in a park near his home.