Michael Jackson’s Children at Cardiff Tribute Concert

Michael Jackson's Children at Cardiff Tribute Concert

Michael Jackson’s children Prince, 14, Prince Michael II (Blanket), nine and Paris, 13, were guests of honor at a UK tribute concert in memory of the superstar on Saturday. The trio have joined thousands of the late pop star’s fans for the memorial concert at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium, as they watched acts of Christina Aguilera, Smokey Robinson, Leona Lewis and boy band JLS.

Michael Jackson's Children at Cardiff Tribute Concert

The children took to the stage dressed in outfits reflecting Michael Jackson’s career and were greeted by rapturous applause. Blanket looked stunned by the noise and the lights but the elder two looked at ease on the stage. Paris wore a Thriller jacket, Prince donned a leather jacket reminiscent from the Bad era of the eighties, while Blanket recaptured the Smooth Criminal outfit in a black jacket and tie, teamed with a red shirt and arm band to match. They introduced a performance by Beyonce, who appeared via videolink from the US to play the Jackson Five hit I Wanna Be Where You Are.

“She is always pushing the envelope with her boundless energy and talent. She carries the torch lit by our father and it gives me great pleasure to introduce this woman.”-Michael Jackson’s daughter said, while introducing Beyonce during the tribute concert.

Michael Jackson's Children at Cardiff Tribute Concert

Paris and Prince Michael joined in with the singing although Blanket again looked uneasy on stage, standing motionless with his hands in his pocket. The children joined family and the showbiz elite to celebrate Michael Jackson’s life with the tribute concert in Cardiff but not all of the singer’s sibling attended the show. Tito, Marlon, Jackie and La Toya all performed at the concert, while Jermaine, Randy and Janet were missing.

Michael Jackson’s tribute concert in Cardiff was hosted by Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx with Fearne Cotton. The king of pop died in June 2009, aged 50, as he was preparing for his epic comeback shows in London.

Michael Jackson's Children at Cardiff Tribute Concert
Michael Jackson’s family and friends pay tribute to the late star.

Blood Stained shirt found in Michael Jackson’s Bedroom

Blood Stained shirt found in Michael Jackson's Bedroom

Disturbing sight: White blood stained shirt was found in Michael Jackson's bedroom after his death.

A blood stained shirt was found hanging in Michael Jackson’s wardrobe following his death in June 2009. According Radar Online the shirt still had the price tag on it, prompting suggestions that it could have been used to wipe up blood.

Blood Stained shirt found in Michael Jackson’s Bedroom

Dr. Conrad Murray, appearing at Los Angeles Superior Court yesterday (06.10.2011)

There are extensive blood stains on the shoulder and chest areas of the tight white top, which was not taken away by investigators. It’s very intriguing, why didn’t investigators remove it from the bedroom scene and take it as an evidence? The bloodied shirt was found in the luxury mansion in the Holmby Hills area of Los Angeles which Michael Jackson was renting for he and his three children back in 2009.

This week, the prosecution have continued to present their case in the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, the late star personal doctor, who stands accused of involuntary manslaughter in relation to Michael Jacskson’s death.

In the same closet where the blood stained shirt was found, Dr.Murray had allegedly stored large amounts of the powerful anesthetic Propofol along with I.V. equipment. He faces up to four years in prison and the loss of his medical licence if found guilty of Michael Jackson’s death.

Blood Stained shirt found in Michael Jackson’s Bedroom

The blood stained shirt, found in Michael Jackson's bedroom could reveal something new about his death.

Defence Witness List is Set for Michael Jackson Trial

Witness list set for Michael Jackson trial: Dr. Murray could be sentenced for up to four years if convicted

Dr. Conrad Murray’s criminal defense team has nine of Michael Jackson’s former doctors on their witness list. All of them are set to give evidence that King of Pop was mentally unstable at the time of his death.

Dr. Conrad Murray is due to stand trial for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson following his passing from acute Propofol intoxication in June 2009.

The lawyers who represent Dr. Murray have a list of 103 potential witnesses, including doctors and nurses, in hope of strengthening his claim that he did not administer the lethal dose of the anaesthetic, by exposing Michael’s erratic behaviour and demanding personality.

Among the people on the list are Dr. Arnold Klein, a dermatologist previously blamed for getting Michael addicted to painkillers, and Cherilyn Lee, a nurse who claims the singer asked her for Propofol in the weeks leading up to his death, but she refused to supply the powerful anaesthetic.

Dr. Neil Ratner, who toured with the singer in 1996 and 1997 is also on the witness list. He was allegedly hired to help Michael Jackson with his sleeping problems.

Another on the witness list is Dr. David Adams, a Las Vegas anaesthesiologist who gave the singer Propofol at least four times for medical reasons.

Jury selection for the trial begins on September 8, with opening arguments scheduled to begin on September 26, with the case potentially lasting until November. Dr. Murray could be jailed for up to four years if convicted of involuntary manslaughter.

Michael Jackson's trial starts on September 8, 2011. Defence witness list is ready.