Michael Jackson will be the focal point of this year’s Grammy Awards, taking place later this month in Los Angeles. According To Grammy co-executive producer Ken Ehrlich, an unprecedented posthumous tribute to the late King of Pop will take place, inclusive of a 3-D clip the singer made for his hit “Earth Song”. “Whenever we would do a show with (Jackson), the first thing he would say to me was, `How can we do something that we (have) never done before?’ And now we’re doing something that hasn’t been done before,” said Ehrlich told the Associated Press Tuesday. “The promise is this is going to be pretty spectacular.” According to Ehrlich, you can pick up free 3-D “Grammy” glasses from Target stores nationwide Jan. 26 through Jan. 31, when the 52nd annual Grammy Awards will air live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles on CBS (8 p.m. EST). Ehrlich says you will be able to see the clip without the glasses, but won’t see the 3-D effect. As previously reported, Jackson will be honored with a lifetime achievement award from the Recording Academy during the show.
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