On Saturday (March 17), Michael Jackson was spotted arriving at London’s swanky Carlton Hotel with his children, whose heads were covered with black hoods. Prince, Paris Michael and Blanket and their faces hidden as usual, according to TMZ. The King of Pop signed autographs for fans from the safety of his SUV. Though Jackson didn’t return from inside the hotel to greet the fans hanging around, a hotel employee came along to collect any gifts they wanted to give the singer.
Jackson Greets The Troops
March 20, 2007 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Monday night, “Michael Jackson was in Japan, where he took time out to greet U.S. troops. At first, when the saw him, the U.S. troops were excited. They taught it was a a geisha girl.”
Fussy Jacko Checks Into London Hotel Under Woman’s Name
March 19, 2007 – The London Evening Standard reports Michael Jackson was so desperate not to be found after arriving in London that he checked into the city’s posh Jumeirah Carlton Tower hotel under a woman’s name. “We have many big stars staying here, but Michael is very fussy,” a worker at the hotel complained. “He has his own waiter and they stay with him the whole time. He has a massive group with him and they are taking up the whole top floor of the place and making our jobs difficult… because it is all top secret and we have to make sure that nobody knows he is here.” Read more.
Happier Than Jackson
March 16, 2007 – The Las Vegas Review Journal reports Larry the Cable Guy joked during Wednesday’s ShoWest luncheon: “I’m happier than Michael Jackson disguised as a floor lamp at a ‘Harry Potter’ book signing.”
$3,400 To Shake Jackson’s Hand
March 16, 2007 – David Letterman joked during his Late Show monologue on Wednesday night, “Michael Jackson is charging $3,400 a person to shake hands with the guy. If you want to, for $3,400 you can shake hands with Michael Jackson. Heck, if I want to spend a minute with a creep, I’ll take the subway.”
Jackson Meets Troops In Japan
March 15, 2007 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Wednesday night, “Oh, Michael Jackson was in Japan meeting thousands of troops. How about that? All right, they were Cub Scout troops, but…”