TV Trailer: ‘The Last Days of Michael Jackson’ [2 Hour ABC Special]

Published: Friday 18th May 2018 by Rashad

ABC News has unveiled a “must see” trailer for ‘The Last Days of Michael Jackson,’ a two-hour special documentary that not only features a look back at the King of Pop’s larger-than-life persona and meteoric rise to fame but also never-before-seen interviews with the late singer conducted by ABC News anchors Diane Sawyer and Barbara Walters.

Also featuring appearances from the likes of his Pop superstar sister Janet Jackson and more, tuck in below to see the ‘Last Days’ trailer ahead of its May 24th premiere:

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  1. Jasmine May 19, 2018

    He was the greatest entertainer of all time, Thriller is the greatest selling album of all time, and he was the one of the most famous people ever in history. Unfortunately, underneath all that fame there was a lot of genius, a whole lot of talent, and sadly some mental illness which led to drug addiction.

    • I HATE WHYYTE N BLACCK BITCHEZZZZ both not ish May 19, 2018

      Exactly Janet Jackson should tell people what her brother’s mental illness was….. she continues to dance around the issue…..

      You can see Janet’s face that she’s depressed she never does her hair…. she was the queen of the dungeon

      • Jasmine (The Real Jasmine) May 19, 2018

        I agree. However I don’t think Janet truly knew how bad it was. Michael’s world was heavily guarded by the wrong people. Anytime his own father needed an appointment just to see him it shows that his mental illness had gone too far in the later years of his life. Michael did enter rehab a few times in the 00s and late 90s and I think the only person who could tell the world how Michael truly was suffering was Omar Bhatti. Janet was dealing with her own marriage and acting touring and acting gigs in the 00s. Her communication with him was probably limited to phone calls at best in the late 00s.

  2. Olusheyi May 19, 2018

    I definitely will be watching this. It’s sad that he gave so much to the world but got lies and false accusations back for all of his hard work.

  3. Tori May 19, 2018

    Michael had a very normal bed room lil. I know people who are “on a budget” yet tops his room, lol. But I might give this a watch. It’s looking like just another documentary that will make the network money, nothing spectacular or new. We could watch any doc on YouTube and get the same s***.

  4. dydy972 May 19, 2018

    I don’t see why they give us another documentary, especially on his last days… how about doing a documentary about how nasty the press was with him throughout his career ?

    • Boytoy1814 May 20, 2018

      U betta testify!!!!!

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