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Friday, 26 June 2009

Michael Jackson Dies aged 50
Pop star Michael Jackson succumbed to heart failure in the early morning of Friday at about 4:00am. Paramedics were called in at his rented Bel-Air mansion after it was discovered that he had stopped breathing and was in coma. The star who was born in 1958 had married twice and had three children at the time of his death.

He was the most popular musician in the last 30 years. He was about to stage a show next month in North London that would signal his come back to the charts.

It is a sad affair for millions of fans who cannot believe that Michael Jackson is gone. He has struggled his life rehearsing, singing, dancing and some people are attributing his death to the forthcoming tour that he was yet to stage. The show was to start on July 13 and later spread to other parts of the world until 2010. Tickets for the shows starting next month all the way to 2010 were all sold out.

A post mortem is to be carried out later today at the coroners office.

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