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14 Feb 2003 12:46
After the screening this month of Martin Bashir’s documentary about Michael Jackson, the world waits with breath bated for the multimedia tie-ins. There is surely a market for Michael Jackson sticking plasters (“guaranteed to keep your nose in place no matter how hot the studio lights”).
Jacko could get together with Bill Clinton to run seminars helping politicians and fraudulent businessmen with their lying-to-camera technique (the title of the first session: I did not have plastic surgery with that woman).But the biggest seller would be the Michael Jackson Book of Practical Parenting.
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