Jeanette Walls of MSNBC reports Leonardo DiCaprio was a surprise feature on the NBC ‘Dateline’ special ‘Michael Jackson Unmasked’. DiCaprio was one of the kiddies frolicking at Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch. “He has no comment on Michael Jackson,” DiCaprio’s spokesman said.
Jackson’s Family Says ‘Leave Him Alone!’
February 19, 2003 – Entertainment Tonight played additional clips from ‘The Michael Jackson interview: The Footage You Were Never Meant To See’ which his the airwaves Thursday night. This time, Michael’s brother Jermaine and parents Joe and Katherine are weighing in on the King of Pop. “They can go and talk to these children all they want. They’re not going to find anything,” says Jermaine about the possible resurfacing of the investigation into Michael’s alleged molestation of a minor. “What they need to do is leave him alone.”
Jacko Dominates Prime Time… And Monologue Time
February 19, 2003 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Tuesday, “As you know, Michael Jackson was on every other channel last night. Well, thank god there’s nothing else going on in the world. I guess ABC reran their special ‘Living With Michael Jackson.’ NBC countered with their special ‘Michael Jackson: Unmasked.’ And CBS showed their documentary ‘Touched by a Dangler.'”
Four Bubbles, Two Princes
February 19, 2003 – Popbitch.com reports that Bubbles the Chimp was actually four different Bubbles. Each time the poor ape grew into an adult, Michael Jackson got rid of them. Bubbles 1, 2 and 3 are now dead. But the final Bubbles is apparently alive at an animal sanctuary. Now that Jacko has two children named Prince Michael, some are wondering if he’ll do likewise with the kids.