Richie Sambora and Jon Bon Jovi
With nearly wall-to-wall coverage of Michael Jackson's death, it might be easy to forget the ongoing struggle taking place in Iran. But rocker Jon Bon Jovi hasn't forgotten.
Earlier this week, Bon Jovi and bandmate Richie Sambora recorded a version of Ben E. King's classic "Stand by Me" with Iranian superstar Andy Madadian. Their mission: to send a message of global solidarity to the Iranian people who are caught in the midst of debate and protest over the country's recent election.
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With Michael Jackson's autopsy complete but a cause of death deferred pending further testing, the pop icon's body has been released to a mortuary.
The body was moved to an undisclosed location around 9:30 pm/PT Friday, Ed Winter, assistant chief coroner of the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office told CNN. Jackson's family have gathered, but no funeral arrangements have been made public.
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The coroner's office revealed Friday that it could take up to six weeks for toxicology tests to provide a clear cause of death, but the autopsy showed "no indication of any external trauma or any foul play." Meanwhile, there have been anecdotal reports of Jackson's prescription drug use, including a firsthand account from Dr. Deepak Chopra.
Chopra, who said he knew Jackson for more than two decades, told CNN that Jackson asked him for narcotics during ...
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Michael Jackson, "Thriller"
Michael Jackson produced a slew of impressive music videos, but TVGuide.com readers have spoken, and "Thriller" is their favorite.
A whopping 67 percent of voters in our poll say "Thriller" is their favorite music video in the King of Pop's catalog. "Billie Jean" and "Beat It" were in a dead heat for the runner-up spot, earning 13 and 12 percent of the vote, respectively.
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With so many choices, naturally readers cried foul when we narrowed the field to only our Top 5. Other fan favorites included ...
Michael Jackson, Farrah Fawcett
Viewers were drawn to their televisions on Thursday night as multiple networks fast-tracked special programming paying tribute to Farrah Fawcett and Michael Jackson, both of whom passed away earlier in the day.
ABC's special 20/20 broadcast dedicated to Fawcett — and featuring an exclusive sit-down with the love of the actress' life, Ryan O'Neal — drew 8.23 million total viewers at 10 pm, making it the evening's second-most watched program (edged out only by a CSI repeat).
Also at 10, Dateline NBC's own remembrance of Fawcett drew 5.8 mil.
Of the Jackson tributes, CBS' 10 pm special delivered 7.6 mil, while ABC's and NBC's 9 o'clock profiles did 5.7 mil and 5.2 mil, respectively.
Elsewhere on Thursday, So You Think You Can Dance — which made note of all three tragic losses this week, Ed McMahon's included, and showed a "Thriller" clip - drew 6.9 mil.
Los Angeles police have interviewed the private doctor who was with Michael Jackson when he apparently suffered cardiac arrest — and impounded the doctor's car because it may contain "medications or other evidence," police told TVGuide.com.
The news came as a coroner's investigator announced Friday that the cause of Jackson's death could not be determined without further testing, including toxicology results expected to take four to six weeks. Craig Harvey, chief investigator for the L.A. County Coroner's Office, said there was "no indication of any external trauma or any foul play."
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The doctor's car, left at Jackson's home, was impounded because anything inside it "could be helpful to the coroner in determining the cause of death," Los Angeles Police Department officer Karen Rayner said. Detectives planned to talk again with the doctor, who was cooperative and is not under criminal investigation, she said.
Ed McMahon, Farrah Fawcett, Michael Jackson
If weeks get sadder than this one, we don't want to see them. We said goodbye to three entertainment legends, one of them the most influential performer in the world. We've never been so grateful for the light moments. Welcome to Top Moments, goodbyes edition.