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Legendary megastar Michael Jackson's black jacket, which he wore in his first solo tour in late 80's, was sold for $298,000 at an auction in New York, according to Reuters.
Performing after over two years in the UAE, the megastar also known as 'King Khan' in the industry was in beautiful company as he performed with actresses Madhuri Dixit, Deepika Padukone and Jacqueline Fernandez at Dubai Sports City's cricket stadium.
Last night, staff at the attraction were not aware of any approach from the megastars as yet, but said they would be willing to talk to them if the claims were true.
Above and Beyond Liquid, Cardiff Tickets: pounds 10 Trance megastars hit Cardiff to help celebrate club night Time Flies' 16th bir thday.
The craziest decision in planet football was done on sentiment and is indicative of megastars walking into management jobs simply because of what they did on a football pitch.
Of the two planned public concerts for the queen, one was full of pop megastars (Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Cliff Richard, et al) and one classical (cellist and conductor Mstislav Rostropovich, operatic soprano Kiri Te Kanawa, and others).
A few of the singers (Olivero, Rise Stevens) offer pithy commentaries, but it is the visual and sonic appeal of such megastars as Franco Corelli, Ezio Pinza, Fritz Wunderlich, Victoria de los Angeles, Lauritz Melchior, Conchita Supervia, and Lawrence Tibbett that leave you breathless.
TWO dance music megastars are on their way to South Shields in an impressive double coup for the town's Dusk nightclub - and a giant twin treat for clubbers.
In STV's The Dame Edna Treatment the mauve-haired megastar takes time out fromher charity work to host the Saturday night series from an exclusive health spa, where she'll entertain fellow megastars as they rest and recuperate from the strains of everyday celebrity life.