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60 Facts About Michael Jackson
2. Michael Jackson might have already been dead, but his legacy lives on as the one and only King of Pop.
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9. In the ballad "Gone Too Soon", Michael Jackson gives tribute to his friend Ryan White and the plight of those with AIDS.
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10. Michael Jackson became the first artist in history to have four of the top 20 best-selling albums in a single year in the United States.
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11. In the 12 months after his death, Michael Jackson sold more than 8.2 million albums in the United States and 35 million albums worldwide, making him the best-selling albums artist of 2009.
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21. Michael Jackson performed at the World Music Awards in London on November 15, 2006, and accepted a Diamond Award for selling over records.
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28. Michael Jackson alleged in July 2002 that Sony Music chairman Tommy Mottola was a "devil" and "racist" who did not support his African-American artists, using them merely for his own gain.
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35. Michael Jackson proposed to Presley over the telephone towards the fall of 1993, saying: "If I asked you to marry me, would you do it?" They married in the Dominican Republic in secrecy, denying it for nearly two months afterwards.
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39. Michael Jackson gave a 90-minute interview to Oprah Winfrey on February 10, 1993, his second television interview since 1979.
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43. In March 1988, Michael Jackson purchased land near Santa Ynez, California, to build Neverland Ranch at a cost of $17 million.
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45. Michael Jackson broke a Guinness World Record when 504,000 people attended seven sold-out shows at Wembley Stadium.
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52. On March 25, 1983, Michael Jackson reunited with his brothers for a performance taped at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium for Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever, an NBC television special.
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53. Michael Jackson recorded with Queen singer Freddie Mercury from 1981 to 1983, recording demos for of "State of Shock", "Victory" and "There Must Be More to Life Than This".
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