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Portrait of sibling American pop music group the Jackson 5 around the time of 'Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5,' their debut album, Los Angeles, California, 1969. Pictured are Marlon, Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, and Michael Jackson (1958 - 2008) . (Photo by Lawrence Schiller/Polaris Communications/Getty Images)
The five Jackson brothers who sing as the Jackson 5, above, are about ready to resume school after a summer vacation on August 31, 1971, that took them to 40 cities in 60 days, playing concerts that attracted as many as 160,000. At top are Marlon, 14; left, and Michael, 12. Below are, left to right: Jackie 20; Tito 17, and Jermaine, 16. Diana Ross had introduced Dick Clark to The Jackson 5 and in 1970 the band appeared on American Bandstand.
In this Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013 file photo, Debbie Rowe, Michael Jackson's former wife and mother of two of his children, leaves Los Angeles County Superior Court after testifying in the negligence lawsuit filed by Jackson�s mother, Katherine Jackson, against AEG Live, in Los Angeles. Rowe told a Los Angeles jury on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2013, that injuries and medical conditions left the singer feeling disfigured and forced him to wear wigs and de-pigment his skin. These difficult treatments she said were made harder by Jackson�s superstar status. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, File)
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In this handout photo provided by Mohamed Hadid, singer Michael Jackson (third from right) poses with real estate developer Mohamed Hadid (third from left), Hadid's children and Jackson's children Michael Joseph Jr. (left), Paris Michael Katherine (center) and Prince Michael II (second from right) on Nov. 27, 2008, at the Jackson Holmby Hills residence in Westwood, Calif.
FILE - This March 5, 2009 file photo shows singer Michael Jackson announcing his concerts at the London O2 Arena. Michael Jackson�s mother sat in court Thursday, May 2, 2013, as a police detective testified that she told him the family had tried drug interventions for the singer, believing he was addicted to painkillers. But Detective Orlando Martinez said Katherine Jackson told him her son refused any help, saying he didn�t have a drug problem. (AP Photo/Joel Ryan, file)