There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
According to TMZ, the two legendary singers apparently spoke about how much sense it'd make for them to work together at some point, and as it's being reported now,
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Phew! Close one!
In New York this morning, a federal judge dismissed a massive lawsuit against Michael Jackson filed by AllGood Entertainment. Before MJ's demise, the company claimed that Jackson's agent had signed his client up for a string of Jackson family reunion shows. By AllGood's point of view, agreeing to do the London concerts was a breach of contract and they wanted $300 million to compensate.
Well, that's not happening, since none of the Jackson brothers, including Michael, ever signed any paperwork agreeing to the gig. Therefore, he deemed the whole matter too "sketchy to be enforceable."
Howard Weitzman, the lawyer for the Michael Jackson Estate, told sources, "This case never had any merit and the claim was frivolous from day one."
Maybe Michael can rest a bit more peacefully now.
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