King of Pop, Michael Jackson, To Give 10 Summer Concerts
On March 3, Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, said that he plans to make an announcement at London’s O2 Arena. Perhaps he is planning to repair and retake his title as the “King of Pop.” Currently, Jackson is 50 years old. One cannot deny that Jackson has been a veteran of the music let alone pop music industry. He should be considered one of the major veterans.
It is expected that Jackson plans a comeback. The O2 Arena is a known venue for comeback performances. Today, it has been confirmed. Jackson was met by over 1,500 fans.
Despite the controversies Jackson has suffered in the past, he still has a strong international fan base. With the fan base aside, Jackson is planning to make a comeback performance. He will be performing ten concerts this summer in London.
Jackson said it will be his final show in London.
“I will be performing the songs my fans want to hear. … This is the final curtain call,” Jackson said.
So far, London looks to be a fitting venue for Jackson. He is still extremely popular across Europe.
However, summer is quite several months away. There are many questions to be asked.
The first is: Will Jackson show up and give those concerts?
The second is: Is this really Jackson’s final performance in London?
The third is: Is Jackson on his way to “retiring” soon?
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