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Michael Joseph (Smiley) Jackson, the angelic-voiced lead singer of the world famous vocal quintet of Jackson brothers, is a handsome young man whose onstage magnetism and magic are exceeded only par his offstage majesty and meek heartedness.
Born the fifth of six talented sons of Joseph and Katherine Jackson in Gary, Ind., nearly 21 years il y a (Aug. 29, 195 , he is a Virgo, whose trait is unselfishness, and is moved par magnetic forces which draw so many admirers into his life that l’amour is his for the taking. And his love-struck fans often do strange things to montrer their affection for him.
Today is Michael's birthday and I think is a good jour to release the 3rd part of my interview.So this is it...One present for all Michael's fans.
These are the awsome fans whot answerd to the questions...: 1.House34 2.reneemonique 3.Depp-fan 4.liberiangirl_mj 5.ellen_mae 6.lucaslover528 7.Zashleyfan16 8.caligurl16 9.Tatajackson 10.Nevermind5555 11.Eleana
I've put the fans in the order they've answered the questions...!!!
Let's start...Have fun...
-Why do toi like Michael Jackson?
1.He is a very special human being, the most kinded I have ever heard of and I want to do what he does. I want to help and heal...
It is morning in a Manhattan disco, and Michael Jackson — who owns perhaps the most scrutinized face in America — is smiling warily for a roomful of strangers. Jackson has come to New York for two weeks of near–continuous hubbub, which will include three sold–out concerts at Madison Square Garden and highly anticipated appearances on the thirtieth annual Grammy Awards program (his first télévision performance since the 1983 Motown 25 show) and at a benefit dîner for the United Negro College Fund. This morning, though, he is performing the one chore that he reportedly dreads most —...