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227's YouTube "Chili"-Michael Jackson-Amazon.com Memorial Service, Items & NBA Mix...Michael Jackson Memorial Service From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Michael Jackson memorial service Held at the Staples Center, where Michael Jackson rehearsed on June 23 (two days before he died). Participants Rev. Lucious Smith, Smokey Robinson, Mariah Carey, Trey Lorenz, Queen Latifah, Lionel Richie, Stevie Wonder, Kobe Bryant, Magic Johnson, Jennifer Hudson, Berry Gordy, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Rev. Al Sharpton, John Mayer, Brooke Shields, Jermaine Jackson, Martin Luther King III, Bernice King, Sheila Jackson-Lee, Usher, Shaheen Jafargholi, Kenny Ortega, Judith Hill, Marlon Jackson, Janet Jackson, Paris Jackson, Orianthi Panagaris Location Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USA Date July 7, 2009 This box: view • talk Michael Jackson's memorial service was held on July 7, 2009, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, 12 days after he died on June 25. The service was broadcast live around the world, and was viewed by 31.1 million U.S. TV viewers and millions of others elsewhere in the world. It was preceded by a private family service at Forest Lawn Memorial Park's Hall of Liberty in Hollywood Hills, and followed by a gathering in Beverly Hills for family and close friends. Jackson's closed, solid-bronze casket, plated with 14-karat gold and lined with blue velvet, which was not originally expected to be at the Memorial Service, was taken to the Staples Center in a motorcade via the Golden State and Harbor freeways, arriving just before 10:00 a.m. local time, where it was placed in front of the stage. http://227s-youtube-chili.amazonwebstore.com/Michael-Jackson-Portrait-Memorial-Mouse-Pad/M/B002GUROFQ.htm The memorial began a few minutes after 10:30 a.m. with music and a eulogy from Pastor Lucious Smith. The stage was filled with floral arrangements, with photographs and film of Jackson and the Jackson 5 projected onto screens at the back. Music and video montages traced his life from the beginning of his career to the end. Jackson's brothers, sitting in the front row, each wore a single, white, sequined glove in tribute of their late brother. Stevie Wonder, Lionel Richie, Mariah Carey, Jennifer Hudson, Usher, Jermaine Jackson, and Shaheen Jafargholi sang Jackson's songs, and John Mayer played guitar. Berry Gordy and Smokey Robinson gave moving eulogies, while Queen Latifah read, "We Had Him," a poem written for the occasion by Maya Angelou. The Reverend Al Sharpton received a standing ovation when he told Jackson's children, "Wasn't nothing strange about your daddy. It was strange what your daddy had to deal with. http://227s-youtube-chili.amazonwebstore.com/Michael-Jackson-American-Music-Awards/M/B000GQ9EKA.htm " Toward the end, the family gathered on stage to offer the final eulogies. Jackson's 11-year-old daughter, Paris Katherine, broke down as she told the crowd, "Ever since I was born, daddy has been the best father you could ever imagine ... I just wanted to say I love him so much." Additionally, Marlon Jackson said, "Maybe now, Michael, they will leave you alone." Contents [hide] 1 Background 2 Service 2.1 Guest list 2.2 Casket 2.3 Live broadcast 2.4 Cost 3 Burial 4 References  Background The service was organized by Jackson's concert promoter, AEG Live, the 17,500 free tickets given away through an online lottery that attracted over 1.2 million applicants in 24 hours  and the webpage received over a half-billion hits. Streets around the center were sealed off, and an extra 1,400 officers were on duty, at a cost of $1.4 million to the city. The motorcade
for Jackson's casket was headed by two police motorcycle outriders, and the LA freeways were closed for the journey of approximately 11 miles (18 km) from Forest Lawn to the Staples Center.  Service The service began with Smokey Robinson reading messages of condolence from Diana Ross and Nelson Mandela. A gospel choir sang Andrae Crouch's "Soon and Very Soon" as Jackson's casket entered, followed by statements from Pastor Lucious Smith. Mariah Carey and Trey Lorenz then sang "I'll Be There", a number one single for both The Jackson 5 and Carey and Lorenz. This was followed by statements from Queen Latifah, who also read "We Had Him", a poem written by Maya Angelou for the occasion. Lionel Richie, Jackson's friend and his co-writer on "We Are the World", performed the song "Jesus Is Love" by The Commodores. The statement by Berry Gordy, founder of Motown Records where Jackson and his brothers began their career, that Jackson was "the greatest entertainer that ever lived" was greeted with great applause from the crowd. A video montage of Michael Jackson performances followed, including Neverland Ranch, his meeting with Ronald Reagan, "Billie Jean", "Smooth Criminal", "Thriller", "Scream", "You Are Not Alone", "We Are the World", scenes from his film The Wiz, and his appearance at Super Bowl XXVII. Stevie Wonder spoke, played a small portion of "I Can't Help It", a song from Off the Wall that Wonder co-wrote, then performed a version of his songs "Never Dreamed You'd Leave in Summer" and "They Won't Go When I Go". Next Kobe Bryant spoke about Jackson's humanitarian work, and Magic Johnson (who had appeared in the video "Remember the Time") recalled his memories of Jackson. Accompanied by a dancing chorus, Jennifer Hudson performed "Will You Be There" from Jackson's Dangerous. John Mayer played guitar on a mainly instrumental version of "Human Nature" from Jackson's Thriller. Brooke Shields then spoke about the personal time she spent with Jackson, read excerpts from The Little Prince, and said that his favorite song was Charlie Chaplin's "Smile", a song immediately then performed by Jermaine Jackson, Michael's older brother. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s children, Martin Luther King III and Bernice King, then stated that Michael Jackson was the best that he could be. Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-Texas, Houston), representing the United States House of Representatives, emphasized that in America, people are "innocent until proven guilty" (as the crowd cheered) then spoke about his "American story" plus his meetings with foreign diplomats, and that "Michael never stopped giving". She then went on to claim him as an American icon and world humanitarian (House Resolution 600), closing her speech with a military salute as she said, "Michael Jackson, I salute you." Usher walked to the casket and then sang Larry Grossman and Buzz Kohan's "Gone Too Soon", which Jackson recorded as a tribute for Ryan White after his death. Following Usher, a clip from The Ed Sullivan Show in 1969 featuring the Jackson 5's rendition of The Miracles' "Who's Lovin' You" was shown. Following this, the song's composer, Smokey Robinson, spoke about the Jackson 5 covering his song, and continued with a speech. Shaheen Jafargholi from Britain's Got Talent then performed the song. Jackson choreographer Kenny Ortega presented Jafargholi, honored Jackson, and introduced the final performance of the memorial, which Michael had been slated to perform during the This Is It tour. The concerts' chorus singers performed "We Are the World" and were joined on the stage by several of the guest speakers and performers as well as the Jackson family for the final chorus. With the entire group still on stage, Judith Hill, one of the chorus singers, then led a performance of "Heal the World", with the remainder of the group joining in the chorus. Jackson's family then addressed the crowd. Jermaine Jackson—who had earlier performed a tearful rendition of "Smile"—gave a brief speech, followed by a eulogy by Marlon Jackson, where he tributed his deceased twin brother Brandon, telling Michael to "give him a hug" for himself as a favor. Then Marlon began to hand the microphone over to Janet Jackson, but in a move that came as a surprise to the show's organizers, she said that Paris Jackson, Michael's daughter, had something to say. Surrounded by her aunts and uncles, Paris tearfully addressed the crowd before breaking down and being escorted off the stage by her family: “ I just want to say that ever since I was born, daddy has been the best father you could ever imagine ... and I just want to say that I love him so much... ” Marlon Jackson then thanked the crowd in attendance, and the family escorted the casket out of the arena while an instrumental version of "Man in the Mirror" was performed. A microphone placed center stage was lit by spotlight while the instrumental version of "Man in the Mirror" played out, symbolizing the 'absence' of Michael Jackson. Pastor Lucious Smith closed the service with a prayer at 12:48 p.m.  Guest list The participants were Ron Boyd (family friend), Kobe Bryant, Mariah Carey, Andrae Crouch (choir), Berry Gordy, Queen Latifah, Judith Hill (recruited 'This Is It' performer), Jennifer Hudson, Shaheen Jafargholi (a child finalist on Britain's Got Talent, who sang a Jackson song), Magic Johnson, Martin Luther King III, Bernice A. King, John Mayer, Lionel Richie, Smokey Robinson, Rev. Al Sharpton, Brooke Shields, Pastor Lucious Smith (family friend), Usher, and Stevie Wonder. In addition to the above persons, ABC News reported, Lionel Richie's daughter Nicole, who was Michael's goddaughter, and singers Akon and Sean Combs would attend the services. Debbie Rowe, Jackson's ex-wife and mother of two of his three children, hoping not to be a distraction, did not attend the funeral; nor did his first wife, Lisa Marie Presley. Elizabeth Taylor & Diana Ross, two of Jackson's closest friends, as well as Macaulay Culkin, Janet Jackson's then boyfriend, Jermaine Dupri, and Chris Tucker, also did not attend. Other attendants were CNN-anchor Larry King, Barbara Walters, and singers Dionne Warwick, Chris Brown, and Gladys Knight. Actor Wesley Snipes (who starred in the Bad video with Jackson) was also in attendance.  Casket Jackson was presented in a gold-plated solid bronze Promethean casket furnished by the Batesville Casket Company, which cost roughly $25,000. It is similar to the one in which James Brown was buried. The closed casket at the Staples Center was decorated with red roses and Bells of Ireland flower arrangement. The casket was escorted by Jackson's brothers.  Live broadcast The funeral was broadcast live around the world, from the U.S. to Slovakia to India, with an estimated one billion viewers, an amount that comes close to that of the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales, which was viewed by 2 billion viewers. Public screenings were held in 37 cinemas across the U.S., as well as in Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Bucharest, Gothenburg, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Malmö, Oslo, Paris, Milan, Sevilla, Stockholm, and Tallinn. There was also a live broadcast at 3am in Melbourne, Australia at Federation Square. According to Nielsen, 31.1 million Americans watched the service live on television; an amount comparable to the 35.1 million that watched the 2004 burial of President Ronald Reagan, and the 33.1 Americans who watched the 1997 funeral for Princess Diana. The memorial service was the most watched event in online streaming history, with more online viewers than President Obama's inauguration. CNN's webcast drew at least 9.7 million streams; their feed on Ustream, 4.6 million streams; and MSNBC's feed via Justin.tv drew three million.  Cost The city of Los Angeles, which is $530 million in debt, said the memorial had cost the city $1.4 million for 1,400 police officers, trash pick-up, sanitation, and traffic control. The city has set up a webpage asking fans for donations to help with the expenses, though it kept crashing. City Attorney Carmen Trutanich said it would be wrong to expect taxpayers to finance a private event. "The city attorney does not want something like this happening again, the city paying for a private event," spokesman John Franklin told CNN. "That's especially in a cash-strapped city, where people have been furloughed or even lost jobs."  Burial No information was released about the disposition of the body. Jackson was raised as a Jehovah's Witness, though he disassociated himself from the religion, and his religious beliefs remain unclear despite speculations of his commitment to various faiths over the years. The Daily Telegraph writes that the family would like to have the casket and remains entombed in concrete because of fears it may be interfered with, and later moved to the Neverland Ranch, next to the train station that Jackson used every day to reach his private zoo. Under California law, uncremated remains can be buried only at a licensed cemetery, although cremated remains can be interred almost anywhere. The owner of Neverland would have to go through a permitting process with local land use authorities before establishing a cemetery at Neverland.  References ^ Bucci, Paul and Wood, Graeme. Michael Jackson RIP: One billion people estimated watching for gold-plated casket at memorial service. The Vancouver Sun, July 7, 2009. ^ Michael Jackson memorial draws 31.1 million U.S. TV viewers, Reuters, July 9, 2009 ^ TVGuideNews (7 July 2009). "Top Moments: Michael Jackson Memorial". TVGuide.com. http://www.tvguide.com/News/Jackson-Memorial-Moments-1007748.aspx. Retrieved on 2009-07-08. ^ Video of Sharpton's eulogy, Macleans, July 7, 2009. ^ Liveblogging Michael Jackson's funeral and memorial service, The Guardian, July 7, 2009. ^ Fans and family remember Jackson, BBC News, July 7, 2009. ^ Tim Parks, "AEG to release Jackson memorial tickets," Digital Spy 3 July 2009. ^ Allen, Nick. Thirteen applications per second for Michael Jackson memorial tickets , The Daily Telegraph, July 6, 2009. ^ 2:48 PM (2009-07-03). "Website for Jackson tickets gets 500 million hits in first hour | L.A. Now | Los Angeles Times". Latimesblogs.latimes.com. http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2009/07/michael-jackson-5.html. Retrieved on 2009-07-28. ^ Singh, Anita. Michael Jackson funeral to take place in Los Angeles, The Daily Telegraph, July 7, 2009. ^ http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c111:H.RES.600: ^ "Entertainment | Reporters' log: Jackson memorial". BBC News. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/8139422.stm. Retrieved on 2009-07-08. ^ Itzkoff, Dave (2009-07-07). "Live Blogging the Jackson Memorial - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com". Artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com. http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/07/07/watching-the-jackson-memorial/?hp. Retrieved on 2009-07-21. ^ Geoff Boucher and Cara Mia DiMassa, Michael Jackson hailed during emotional memorial service, Los Angeles Times, July 7, 2009 ^ Jackson Memorial Guest List Released, KNX 1070 Newsradio, July 6, 2009 ^ a b Luchina Fisher and Sheila Marikar, Michael Jackson's Memorial Lures A-List Attendees, Participants, ABC News, July 7, 2009 ^ Larry King Live. July 6, 2009. ^ Debbie Rowe Says She'll Forgo Michael Jackson Memorial, ABC News, July 6, 2009 ^ John Harlow, "Police target 30 in hunt for Michael Jackson’s drug suppliers", The Sunday Times, July 5, 2009. ^ Promethean Bronze, Caskets by Batesville. ^ "Broadcast of Jackson Memorial Service to Mann Chinese Six Theatre in Los Angeles, CA to Be Cancelled at Request of Los Angeles Police Department", Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corp., 7 July 2009. ^ Jackson's world fans mourn idol before memorial. LONDON (AP) By JILL LAWLESS ^ de Moraes, Lisa (July 9, 2009). "Jackson's Memorial a Hit With Viewers but Not Quite Off the Charts". The Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/07/08/AR2009070803095.html/. Retrieved on 2009-07-14. ^ "Michael Jackson Memorial Earns 31 Million Viewers & More TV News - Inside TV Blog". Television.aol.com. 2009-07-09. http://television.aol.com/insidetv/2009/07/09/michael-jackson-memorial-earns-31-million-viewers/. Retrieved on 2009-07-28. ^ "Michael Jackson memorial draws crowds online - CNN.com". Edition.cnn.com. http://edition.cnn.com/2009/TECH/07/07/michael.jackson.web.traffic/. Retrieved on 2009-07-28. ^ Ostrow, Adam (July 7, 2009). "CNN Live Stream of Michael Jackson Memorial: 9.7 Million Views". Mashable. http://mashable.com/2009/07/07/cnn-live-stream-michael-jackson/. Retrieved on 2009-07-08. ^ Duke, Alan and Ahmed, Saeed. More associates link Jackson to prescription drugs, CNN, July 8, 2009. ^ Ebony, Vol. 42, No. 11, September 1987, and Vol. 45, No. 12, October 1990. ^ Is Michael Jackson going to heaven? The Star. Retrieved on 2009-07-11. ^ Gumbel, Andrew. Michael Jackson family hold funeral as fans arrive for memorial service, The Daily Telegraph, July 7, 2009. ^ Allen, Nick. Michael Jackson's family 'want him buried in concrete' to protect his grave, The Sunday Telegraph, July 4, 2009. ^ 9:05 a.m. ET (2009-07-09). "Michael Jackson’s final resting place a mystery - Michael Jackson- msnbc.com". MSNBC. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/31807792/ns/entertainment-music. Retrieved on 2009-07-28. [hide]v • d • eMichael Jackson Main articles Health and appearance · 1993 accusations of child sexual abuse · Living with Michael Jackson · People v. Jackson · Death · Memorial service Studio albums Got to Be There · Ben · Music & Me · Forever, Michael · Off the Wall · Thriller · Bad · Dangerous · HIStory · Invincible Compilations The Best of Michael Jackson · Anthology · Number Ones · The Ultimate Collection · The Essential Michael Jackson · Visionary: The Video Singles · King of Pop · The Collection Other releases One Day in Your Life · E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial · Farewell My Summer Love · Looking Back to Yesterday · Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix · Thriller 25 · Michael Jackson: The Stripped Mixes · Hello World: The Motown Solo Collection Concert tours Bad World Tour · Dangerous World Tour · HIStory World Tour · This Is It Videography The Wiz · Thriller · Captain EO · Moonwalker · "Stark Raving Dad" · Ghosts · Men in Black II · Miss Cast Away · Dome Project Video releases Dangerous - The Short Films · Video Greatest Hits - HIStory · HIStory on Film, Volume II · Number Ones · The One · Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour Assets Neverland Ranch · Northern Songs · Sony/ATV Music Publishing Influence on society Moonwalk · Heal the World Foundation · Thrill the World · Thriller (viral video) Related articles Jackson family · The Jackson 5 · Singles discography · Awards · Records and achievements · Moon Walk · Bubbles · Michael Jackson's Moonwalker · Lisa Marie Presley · Debbie Rowe Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Jackson_memorial_service" Categories: Michael Jackson | Funerals | 2009 in the United States
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