There’s not much to say here other than I have no idea what to believe. At the time of Jackson’s death, Robson publicly mourned, rehashing details of his family’s friendship with the mega-star. There’s no current evidence that Robson is financially strained either. As for Jackson’s estate, they’re calling Robson “outrageous” and “pathetic.”
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External Resource: It will take a large team of people who have received human resources degrees online to get Brett Ratner to work well with other people.
I think it’s safe to say that Jacob Lusk should start to pack his bags. In case you missed his performance on American Idol tonight, I’ll educate you on his major misstep. In the video before his song, Jacob explained why he chose to sing Man in the Mirror, and he said, “if I end up in the bottom three it won’t be because I sang the song bad . . . it will be because everybody in America wasn’t ready to look at themselves in the mirror.” No — I’m not kidding. He actually said that. I’m sure I don’t need to articulate why this is ridiculous, but I’ll do it anyways in case Jacob is reading this. Jacob will go home tomorrow, not because I didn’t want to look in the mirror (in fact, I do that all the time). He’ll go home because he butchered a Michael Jackson song. I’d also like to add that Simon Cowell would never have let Jacob get away with that video. He would have mentioned it during his critique. This show is dead without him. Watch Jacob’s performance below.
I know there’s an insane interest in what Michael Jackson’s life was like behind closed doors, especially regarding his children. I also know that it’s very difficult to turn down an interview that will likely generate ratings. That being said, there’s still an underlying moral code that should be executed by the media, and there’s a definitive line in the sand when it comes to Michael Jackson’s children. First, while Jackson was alive, he was adamant about shielding his kinds from the media. He made his wishes clear, and it wasn’t until his death that we heard any of them even speak. Now, every media outlet wants an interview, including Oprah who apparently didn’t get the moral memo. Until they’re eighteen, I don’t want to hear from them.
Oprah has been seriously annoying me lately. She’ll be interviewing Michael Jackson’s children, and the show will air on the Monday following her Friday show about child molestation. Oprah’s camp insists that the programming decision is merely a coincidence, which is no excuse. First of all, if your programmer can’t rub two brain cells together and realize that you shouldn’t air a child molestation show before you interview Michael Jackson’s children, then that programmer should be fired. Second, I find the interview highly inappropriate regardless of the poor programming decision. These are children, and their father died. Can you not wait until their 18 years old to interview them? And lastly, Michael Jackson was so overly protective about his childrens’ privacy, I imagine he’s turning in his grave.