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Jackson legacy lives on in tour
Although the hype and hysteria surrounding Michael Jackson's death may have subsided, controversy still lives on in the legal battles being fought over the reasons for his untimely demise. Fans of the the artist who brought the world 'Thriller' and 'Bad' will soon be able to relive for themselves the amazing journey the singer took in becoming an international superstar, thanks to the tour group STA Travel.
Taking in such exotic locations as Lima, the capital of Peruvia, where Michael stayed on his way to shooting the 1995 hit 'Earth Song' in the Amazon Rainforest, as well as Brazil's Rio De Janeiro, where the troubled star was filmed for the 'They Don't Care About Us' video, fans will be inspired by the variety of cultures and peoples that so touched the singer's life. However, other destinations are less glamorous: the tour also features a stay in Australia where Michael got hitched to nurse Debbie Rowe, mother of two of his children.
Die-hard fans of the glitter glove-wearing global superstar will be able to choose between a shortened version of the trip's itinerary lasting only for 35 days and costing £2,759 but for those that can't help but moonwalk when they hear 'Billie Jean', a whopping great one 126 day journey is available at £12,000. You may have to be a celebrity to afford it! www.statravel.co.uk/kingofpop; 0871 2308512.