The long-disputed auction of Michael Jackson memorabilia has been canceled and auctioneers have agreed to return all items to the “King of Pop”. According to Darren Julien, auctioneer, the cancellation of the planned three-day auction resulted from an agreement with Jackson however, an exhibit featuring select items will run through April 25. “The auction isn’t going to take place. We wanted to reach an agreement and we have reached one today that is mutually acceptable and beneficial,” Julien told Reuters Tuesday. Jackson’s spokesman said both sides are “pleased” with the agreement which allows Jackson to retain ownership of the collection. A crystal white glove from a performance of “Billie Jean” is among items due to be returned to the King of Pop.
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