Pop music King Michael Jackson will make a rare public appearance at the World Music Awards in London next month (Nov. 15), according to organizers. The Billy Jean singer will receive a Diamond Award for his worldwide sales of more than 100 million albums at the ceremony. ?We are thrilled to be bringing the World Music Awards to London, the music capital of the world,? said founder Melissa Corken. ?The presence of Michael Jackson is very exciting for us.? Jackson has made few appearances since being acquitted of child molestation charges in June 2005. He has spent time in Bahrain and Ireland. Jackson is currently in the studio working on his next album scheduled for an early 2007 release.
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