Gone but never forgotten



His makeup is on point though

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Always kept that beautiful smile.

Michael Jackson’s smile - throughout his years.


Michael acknowledging doing the do so often he’s not sure how many babies there are (x)


We older brothers had a way of describing how far we got with a girl: from ‘first base’ (the kiss) to ‘second base’ (touching/clothes off) to third base (the sex) and, in my hotel room, I was an LA Dodger running wild, eyes closed, on top of this girl, kissing and touching with a freedom I didn’t think possible. “That feels really good…” she said. I was getting serious, she was groaning. Third base was in sight. I had one hand stroking her face, and the other on the mattress beside her head.

“I love how you stroke my thighs,” she continued, “… you’re real gentle…” I’m not stroking your thighs, I thought. “It feels good,” she whispered. I peeked open my eyes and maneuvered my head to take a sly look down the bed, and that’s when I saw it – Michael’s arm, reaching up and over from underneath the bed, his hand circling her thigh.

“MICHAEL!” I jumped up, the poor girl was mortified and Michael, chuckling, was already scrambling for the door. I could have killed him, not only because he was hiding there the whole time, but because he heard me whispering all these sensual, sweet nothings that he would tease me with for weeks after. I refused to speak to him that night. When we turned out the lights and he wished me goodnight, I said nothing. He waited a few minutes in the dark and then brokered the peace. “She got some real creamy thighs!” he said. And we both burst out laughing.

- Jermaine Jackson, You Are Not Alone


Happy 56th birthday Michael! We love you.

Thank you for the endless magic you brought into this world

Happy birthday Michael Jackson!

♛ August 29, 1958 

Happy 56th Birthday, Michael Joseph Jackson!  

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Happy Birthday to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson (28/08/1958)

To me, nothing is more important than making people happy, giving them a release from their problems and worries, helping to lighten their load. I want them to walk away from a performance I’ve done, saying, “That was great. I want to go back again. I had a great time.” To me, that’s what it’s all about. That’s wonderful.” 

-Michael Jackson (Happy Birthday!! 08/29/58)


Michael visiting Sun City, does anyone else spot the leopard hat?

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She’s movin’, She’s groovin’, Dancin’ until the music stops now

The prison setting carries profound implications not merely about the plight of literal prisoners, but people in a society disciplined by constant surveillance and a more internalized form of power. "Some things in life they just don’t want to see", he sings. Yet in the video, Jackson makes sure some of these disturbing realities are revealed. It wasn’t as fun to watch as "Beat It", but it certainly reinforced the song’s powerful expression of outrage at injustice. -Man in the Music on THEY DON’T CARE ABOUT US: PRISON VERSION

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#one of my favorite films