The ‘King of Pop,’ Michael Jackson, is in advanced talks with concert organizers for a comeback series of live shows at London’s O2 Arena, London’s AFP reports. According to The Times, The Sun and the Daily Mail, the 50-year-old “King of Pop” could command concert fees of up to 1.5 million pounds (2.1 million dollars) per show. While the deal has been reported to be in advanced talks in London, sources say Jackson is also in discussions with a stateside venue. Rumored to be considering Las Vegas, sources say Jackson’s 30 live show deal could be essential to reviving the star’s career. “He is arguably the world’s greatest entertainer and now Michael wants to seal his musical legacy,” a figure close to the talks was quoted as saying by The Times.
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