Michael Jackson May Begin Performing In Las Vegas

June 16, 2008

According to the latest reports, Michael Jackson may be ready to revive his career in Las Vegas.Las Vegas (ChattahBox) – According to the latest reports, Michael Jackson may be ready to revive his career in Las Vegas.

The investment company which bought the loan on Jackson’s Neverland Ranch in California, Colony Capital, is in talks with the singer about performing.

Michael Jackson owes $23 million in debt, and it seems that performing in Las Vegas may be the best option for him to get it back.

Colony Capital CEO Tom Barrack told the Wall Street Journal that they have been talking with Michael Jackson about “business opportunities and mutual interests.”

This would be the first step towards Michael Jackson bringing back his career.

The 49-year old pop star has kept quiet for the most part since he was acquitted of all charged in his child molestation trial back in June 2005.

Colony Capital owns the Las Vegas Hilton, and is a major shareholder in the Station Casinos chain.


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One Response to “Michael Jackson May Begin Performing In Las Vegas”

  1. William on June 17th, 2008 7:47 am

    I don’t like the fact that it could be in a LAS VEGAS CASINO…It should be an ARENA .. like the MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas. I thought Colony Capital owned that place, too.

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