Michael Jackson’s last audition & rehearsal

Michael Jackson’s  Tour Rehearsals & Auditions


Video tribute to Michael Jackson 1958-2009


Michael Jackson was a child prodigy, a musical genius and one of the most idolised artists in the world. From a precocious child with the Jackson Five to a global pop icon, the ‘King of Pop’ has long been a source of fascination for his fans and the media. He became the first African-American entertainer to amass a strong crossover following on MTV.

Michael Jackson – Smooth Criminal

Michael Jackson – They Don’t Care About Us

Michael Jackson – Streetwalker

Michael Jackson – Bad (full version 7min)

Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough

Michael Jackson feat Akon Tf1 2008 wanna be starting (VIDEO)

Michael Jackson-Unbreakable

Michael Jackson – Beat It

Michael Jackson – Thriller

The Jackson 5- Never Can Say Goodbye

Michael Jackson – Billie Jean (1983) [Motown 25 Live]

Michael Jackson’s Best Dance At M TV Music Award Function

Michael Jackson : Black Or White :Full Version Bass Amplify

Michael Jackson – Black or White

Michael Jackson Dangerous

Michael Jackson – Heartbreak Hotel (This Place Hotel) [FanVid]

Michael Jackson – Earth Song

Michael Jackson-In the closet

Michael Jackson-Paralyzer



Tribute to Michael Jackson 1958 – 2009

aaaaaThursday, when Michael Jackson died, people across the country and around the world had a lot of questions. Below is a summary of some of the most popular lookups surrounding the untimely death of the King of Pop…

1. Who dubbed Jackson the “King of Pop”?: Searches on Jackson’s famous nickname surged an astounding 3,645% yesterday. Related searches on who came up with the phrase were also extremely popular. While most believe that Jackson anointed himself “The King of Pop,” according to sources on the Web, Elizabeth Taylor actually coined the phrase at a 1989 awards gala. Jackson is rumored to have insisted that MTV call him by his royal nickname.

2. When did Elvis die?: The sudden and tragic death of Jackson brought back memories of another king who died too soon. Queries on “death of elvis,” “when did elvis die,” and “how did elvis die” all surged into breakout status. For the record, Presley passed away on August 16, 1977. He was 42 when he died of an apparent drug overdose. Also surging in search: “When did John Lennon die.” The Beatle was killed on December 8, 1980.

3. Heart attack vs. cardiac arrest: Reports that Jackson had died of cardiac arrest spurred incredible interest in the difference between that and a heart attack. A heart attack is when a portion of the heart muscle dies due to a blockage of the coronary arteries that supply blood to the heart muscle. Cardiac arrest is when the heart actually stops beating. This can be caused by several things including medications and can also follow a heart attack if too much of the heart muscle dies.

4. How to do the moonwalk?: Jackson’s signature step surged 56,873% on Thursday. Reminded of Jackson’s heyday, people looked up tips on how to perform the move. An article from WikiHow gives would-be Jackos a step-by-step set of instructions, but you may find viewing a video from the master much more informative (if a bit intimidating).

5. Order of Michael Jackson’s albums: There was also an instant surge of lookups for MJ’s discography. All told, he released 10 albums. They were, in order: Got to Be There; Ben; Music and Me; Forever, Michael; Off the Wall; Thriller; Bad; Dangerous; HIStory; and Invincible. Jackson’s biggest seller was, of course, Thriller.

6. What is vitiligo?: Though many believed that Jackson bleached his skin, the star actually suffered from vitiligo, a skin disorder that leads to de-pigmentation. You can learn more about the effect it had on Jackson and his revealing 1993 interview with Oprah from this article from CNN.

Michael Jackson – Billie Jean (1983) [Motown 25 Live]

Michael Jackson – Thriller

Michael Jackson-Bad (Full Version) Part I

Bad (Full Version – Part 2)

They Don’t Care About Us

How to moon walk like Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson – Earth song

Andy Williams – The Look of Love

Enjoy this wonderful numbers from Mr Andy Williams singing The Look of Love

Lyrics are as follows:

The look of love is in your eyes
A look your smile can’t disguise
The look of lo-ove is saying so much more than just words could ever say
And what my heart has heard, well it takes my breath away

I can hardly wait to hold you, feel my arms around you
How long I have waited
Waited just to love you, now that I have found you
Don’t ever go You’ve got the

Look of love, it’s on your face
A look that time can’t erase
Be mine toni-ight, let this be just the start of so many nights like this
Let’s take a lover’s vow and then seal it with a kiss

I can hardly wait to hold you, feel my arms around you
How long I have waited
Waited just to love you, now that I have found you
Don’t ever go
Don’t ever go

I love you so
I love you so
I love you so

Grateful Attitude


Why do we always complain? Don’t we know  how to cultivate a grateful spirit regardless of what circumstances not just when the things are going  our way  but in everything?

Grateful attitude never develop automatically. We must cultivate them and train them much like programming a computer. If we set ourselves up with the right programming, we will get the right results. The good news is we can program our attitudes with gratitude so that we can reap wonderful results. 

We learn the secret of being thankful for what GOD has already done for us, regardless of how things may appear to us though personally I admit its very hard but  willingness to practice the attitude of being thankful.  We must cultivate this spirit before we receive any favors or  win any kind of compititions or before someone is kind to us .  GOD will bless all the hearts of people who are moved by this. We can be a channel of blessings in many ways.  

We must train ourself to be  positive oriented because we are just one attitude away from a great life. 

H1N1 Swine Flu


Swine influenza virus (SIV) is caused by Orthomyxoviruses that are endemic to pig populations. SIV strains isolated to date have been classified either as Influenzavirus C or one of the various subtypes of the genus Influenzavirus A. Swine flu, unlike bird flu, is able to pass from human to human contact. The 2009 swine flu outbreak is the spread of a new strain of H1N1 influenza virus that was first detected by public health agencies in March 2009. Local outbreaks of influenza-like illness were detected in three areas of Mexico , but the presence of this new strain was not discovered for a month. Following this discovery in the parts of United States bordering Mexico , its presence was swiftly confirmed in the local outbreaks in Mexico , and in isolated cases elsewhere. By April 27, the new strain was confirmed also in Canada , Spain , and the United Kingdom and suspected in many other nations, with over 1,800 candidate cases. The new strain is an apparent reassortment of several strains of influenza A virus subtype H1N1, including a strain endemic in humans and two strains endemic in pigs, as well as an avian influenza. Reassortment is common in influenza viruses, due to the structure of their genome. This particular reassortment is consistent with a transmission of swine influenza from pig to human combined with the mixing of two viral infections in the sa me person. In April both the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expressed serious concerns about this novel strain, because it apparently transmits from human to human, has had a relatively high mortality rate in Mexico, and because it has the potential to become a flu pandemic. On April 25, 2009, the WHO determined the situation to be a formal “public health emergency of international concern”, with knowledge lacking in regard to “the clinical features, epidemiology, and virology of reported cases and the appropriate responses”. Government health agencies around the world also expressed concerns over the outbreak and are monitoring the situation closely. Recommendations to prevent infection by the virus consist of the standard personal precautions against influenza. This includes frequent washing of hands with soap and water or with alcohol-based hand sa nitizers, especially after being out in public. People should avoid touching their mouth, nose or eyes with their hands unless they’ve washed their hands.. If people do cough, they should either cough into a tissue and throw it in the garbage immediately or, if they cough in their hand, they should wash their hands immediately. Many countries confirmed that inbound international passengers will be screened. Typical airport health screening involves asking passengers which countries they have visited and checking whether they feel or look particularly unwell. On April 27, the CDC recommended the use of Tamiflu and Relenza for both treatment and prevention of the new strain. Some physicians in the US are recommending the use of masks when in public. The purpose of a face mask is to effectively cover a person’s mouth and nose so that if a person is around someone who is infected, there is a decreased likelihood of transmission.