Storm Shadow paparazzi attempted to get comments from stars in London and Paris over the weekend about the death of Michael Jackson. Justin Timberlake ignored the pesky photographers entering his London hotel, as did Black Eyed Peas star will.i.am in a rush to get to the airport in Paris. But N.E.R.D. singer Pharrell Williams said he was sad about the King of Pop’s death and said “take care” to his grieving family. Watch footage below.
Michael Jackson Was Life Changing For Diddy
June 29, 2009 – Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs calls Michael the greatest artist of our time, as the singer’s ‘Number Ones’ goes to the top of the UK album chart. “There’s few things in life that make your heart hurt, and there’s few things in life that change your life,” the Bad Boy boss said. “And Michael Jackson changed my life. When I saw a moonwalk, when I heard him sing, when I seen him perform, he’s life changing. An ITN report at YouTube has since been removed.
Michael Jackson Memorabilia Selling Opportunists Flock Online
June 29, 2009 – CNN’s Josh Levs examined the Michael memorabilia selling frenzy online, with AOL screen names featuring the singer’s name auctioned and domain names at eBay put up for bid with outrageously high minimum bid prices. Video of the segment at Turner.com has since been removed.
Dizzee Rascal, Kasabian & Spinal Tap React To Michael Jackson’s Death
June 29, 2009 – Stars at the Glastonbury festival were still keen to talk about Michael as Bruce Springsteen performed. Watch Dizzee Rascal, Kasabian and Spinal Tap share their thoughts on the King of Pop at blinkx.com.