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Michael Jackson's memorial service in Los Angeles captivated TV auds around Europe on Tuesday as millions tuned in at home and at public viewing events in major cities.
DEATH IS said to trigger five stages of grief. In the wall-to-wall coverage of Michael Jackson since his death, media members can add two more stages to their list: "tortured logic" and "alibis."
There was Elvis, there was John Lennon, there was Princess Diana, and now there's Michael Jackson, the first celebrity to inspire global paroxysms of grief in the 21st century.
It takes a village to mourn a superstar.
The stage was set Monday for Michael Jackson's final act as the world capital of make-believe braced for what could be the biggest, most spectacular celebrity send-off of all time.
"Soul Train," which charted the soul, R&B and hip-hop genres for more than 35 years on TV, is headed to DVD, bringing with it decades of perfs by Michael Jackson and other iconic acts.
Additional theaters are joining in the broadcast of the Michael Jackson memorial, with Carmike Cinemas adding theaters in 28 markets mostly in the Midwest and South.
From the Jackson family's perspective, it must have been a major disappointment Monday when the judge gave control of Michael Jackson's estate to attorney John Branca and music exec John McClain.
Katie Couric is anchoring not one but two nights of "The CBS Evening News" and a special edition of "48 Hours" from Staples Center this week. Charlie Gibson is heading to Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Los Angeles officials are holding closed-door talks about a possible event for Michael Jackson on Tuesday at a downtown arena, a person with knowledge of the situation said Thursday.
In the first of what may constitute a steady trickle, if not an avalanche, of posthumous Michael Jackson product, Hip-OSelect.com will release "Hello World: The Motown Solo Collection" on Friday.