Michael Jackson’s ex-wife Debbie Rowe has opened up about the tragic miscarriage of their first baby. “I was just devastated,” Rowe told Ian Drew of Globe magazine. “I thought I would never be able to have a baby, and I really wanted to have this. And Michael was there to console me the whole time.”
Michael Jackson Working On New Book
February 13, 2003 – Jeannette Walls of MSNBC reports Michael is working on a guide on how adults should retain their child-like qualities along with pal Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, who is author of several self-help books. A source said his recent troubles may put the project in jeopardy though noting, “It’s a bit like Kid Rock trying to write a book on grooming, isn’t it?”
Coast Guard Comes To The Rescue
February 13, 2003 – Craig Kilborn joked during his Late Late Show monologue on Tuesday night, “It rained today here in L.A. We had bad flooding. It was so bad that the Coast Guard rescued 12 boys when Michael Jackson’s bed capsized.”
Leno Says Ban Pedophiles From ’20/20′
February 13, 2003 – Jay Leno joked about Michael Jackson again during his Tonight Show monologue on Tuesday night. Jay said, “In Britain, they’re considering banning all convicted pedophiles from ever using the Internet. How about banning pedophiles from giving creepy interviews on ’20/20′?”
Watch Martin Bashir Praise Jacko’s Parenting Skills
February 12, 2003 – Entertainment Tonight has a behind the scenes clip that didn’t make the controversial Michael Jackson documentary where interviewer Martin Bashir says off-camera, “Your relationship with your children is spectacular.” Jackson replies, “Love them.” Then Bashir says, “And in fact it almost makes me weep when I see you with them because your interaction with them is just so natural, so loving, so caring, and everybody, whoever comes into contact with you, knows that.” The video has since been removed.
Jacko Rebuttal To Air On Fox
February 12, 2003 – The New York post reports the Fox Network has won the rights to air Michael Jackson’s half-hour rebuttal to Martin Bashir’s documentary, ‘Living With Michael Jackson.’ Sources say the King of Pop will be paid $2.5 million for ‘Take 2: The Interview They Wouldn’t Show You,’ set to air February 20th.