Some of Michael Jackson's extended family members are getting a reality show this fall on Reelz, the network announced.
Michael Jackson hologram
The Billboard Music Awards made history Sunday with a hologram of Michael Jackson performing a song from his posthumous album Xscape.
The faux King of Pop started the number seated on a throne before dancing and, of course, moonwalking to "Slave to the Rhythm."
Hot looks from the Billboard Awards red carpet
Blanket, Paris and Prince Jackson
Debbie Rowe is preparing to seek legal custody of Michael Jackson's three children, TMZreports.
According to TMZ's sources, Rowe, who is the mother of Prince, 17, and Paris, 16, is concerned over the environment the children are living in, and that their guardian, Jackson's mother Katherine, is too old to be on-hands enough for the kids. She is particularly concerned about Paris, who attempted suicide last year, according to the site, and is afraid her daughter isn't getting the kind of treatment she needs to stay healthy and safe.
Michael Jackson's second posthumous album XSCAPE will be released May 13, but you can hear the title track now.
"Xscape" begins with a short skit, in which we hear Jackson presumably escape from a prison before launching into his signature synth style.
Lady Gaga stepped behind the camera to direct her latest music video, which features a medley of songs off of ARTPOP including "Venus" and "G.U.Y." — and the result is just as bizarre as you might expect.
Jeffre Phillips, Latoya Jackson
La Toya Jackson married her longtime friend and business associate Jeffre Phillips on Friday, RadarOnline reports.
Katherine Jackson is appealing the court's ruling in Michael Jackson's wrongful death suit, TMZ reports.
Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson's doctor who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the pop singer's 2009 death, was released from prison early Mondaymorning after serving two years of a four-year sentence, The Associated Pressreports.
Quincy Jones has sued Sony Music Entertainment and MJJ Productions over Michael Jackson projects released after the singer's death in 2009, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The producer filed a $10 million breach-of-contract lawsuit over the This Is It film and soundtrack, the Michael Jackson Cirque du Soleil productions and the 25thanniversary edition of Bad, alleging that the master recordings he worked on were edited and remixed to deny him royalties and production fees.
The jury in the Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit ruled that AEG was not liable.
In 2010, Katherine Jackson filed a wrongful death lawsuit against AEG, the promoter behind Jackson's This Is It tour. In the lawsuit, Jackson claimed that "AEG's actions and inactions led to Michael Jackson's death on June 25, 2009." The lawsuit also said...