Author: Press Association
Ecstatic fans – many of them Britons who won the lottery for seats at the
memorial service – received their tickets and spangly wristbands which will
get them into the 20,000-seat Staples Centre.
The Jackson family announced the participants will include Stevie Wonder,
Mariah Carey, Usher, Lionel Richie, Kobe Bryant, Jennifer Hudson, John Mayer
and Martin Luther King III.
KCAL-TV showed helicopter footage taken at sunset on Monday of a hearse
backing up to a building inside the grounds. It also showed footage of a
woman in sunglasses and a hat who appeared to be LaToya Jackson entering the
Police had shut the main road to the entrance and were screening drivers,
letting a few in and turning others away.
Meanwhile, the legal manoeuvring that marked Jackson’s extraordinary and
troubled life also continued, with his mother losing a bid to control his
enormous, but tangled estate.
And in one of the few reminders of Jackson’s darkest hours, a New York
congressman branded the King of Pop a “pervert” undeserving of so much
More than 1.6 million people registered for free tickets to the memorial
service, which will be broadcast live worldwide.
A total of 8,750 people were chosen to receive two tickets each. The lucky
ones picked up their passes on Monday at Dodger Stadium.
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