Peaches Geldof Reacts To Michael Jackson’s Death

Peaches Geldof paid tribute to at Glastonbury on Friday (June 26). Sir Bob Geldof’s daughter said the news of the King of Pop’s death was going to put a damper on the famed music festival’s entire weekend. “I remember finding out Princess Diana had died really clearly as a child, and it was kind of like that,” Peaches told NME’s Dan Martin. “I know it will stay with me and I’m thinking about his family and hoping they’re okay… It’s really strange that it’s coming at the time of his comeback, but I guess it’s fated you know.” Watch the interview below.

Michael Jackson Cocktail Of Drugs A Recipe For Disaster

June 27, 2009 – The cocktail of prescription drugs Michael was taking before his death on Thursday included Demerol, Dilaudid, Vicodin, Soma, Xanax, Zoloft, Paxil, Prilosec and antibiotics to treat a minor infection following his recent skin cancer surgery.

“Jackson’s drug dependency and the events and timings up to the point when he collapsed are a crucial part of the inquiry,” a source close to the Jacksons told The Sun. “They’ll also obviously want to know who gave the last [Demerol] injection — it wouldn’t have been self administered because Michael had a fear of needles.”

Fans Gather At The Apollo Theater To Remember Michael Jackson

June 27, 2009 – 98.7 Kiss FM remembers Michael at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, getting comments from fans about the King of Pop’s death and capturing the atmosphere outside the venue Jackson performed at several times. Watch below.

Missouri Dance Studio Owner Remembers Michael Jackson’s Visit

June 27, 2009 – Michael left a lasting impression with one Missouri dance studio, when he picked it to rehearse in just before his first ‘Bad’ tour date in 1988. KSHB’s Larry Seward spoke with the dance studio’s owner Diane Henderson about the thrill and the singer’s “magical quality”. Watch the report below.

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