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Jermaine Jackson Music Video

1978 Called...

9/3/2011 5:30 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF


Jermaine Jackson is shooting a BRAND NEW music video for the Jackson 5 song "Blame it on the Boogie" -- problem is, he's missing four Jacksons ... and it's not 1978 anymore.

The 56-year-old was putting the video together earlier this week in Venice, CA.

FUN FACT: When "Boogie" came out in 1978, Jermaine wasn't even in the band anymore ... he had been replaced by his brother Randy.


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Jermaine's song from 1991: "Word To The Badd", where his jealousy of Michael's is more than evident:

I don't understand how he can write/sing such things about his brother! He accuses Michael for all sorts of things in this song, while Michael never said anything negative about Jermaine in public... ever!!! So... who's the BAD brother here??? Maybe Jermaine should take a look at the man in the mirror!

1121 days ago

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1121 days ago


Lawyers for Michael Jackson's doctor seek delay in trialFrom Ted Rowlands, CNNSeptember 3, 2011 5:44 a.m. EDT

Sequestered jury sought in Jackson trialSTORY HIGHLIGHTS
A judge has already denied Murray's request to sequester the jury
Murray's attorneys want an appeals court to decide the issue
Opening statements are set for September 27
Conrad Murray
Michael Jackson
Los Angeles County
(CNN) -- Conrad Murray, the physician who is charged with causing Michael Jackson's death, is urging a judge to delay his upcoming trial so that lawyers can revisit the issue of sequestering the jury.

A Los Angeles County judge denied Murray's lawyer's request to have the jury sequestered during a hearing in August.

On Friday, lawyers for Murray filed an emergency petition asking for the trial to be delayed.

The attorneys are requesting that the trial be delayed until the issue of jury sequestration is decided by an appeals court.

In the 28-page petition, the attorneys questioned a recent ruling by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael E. Pastor, saying he did not fully realize the amount of media attention the trial was going to get.

They compared the upcoming trial to the recent coverage of the Casey Anthony murder trial and said Murray could not get a fair trial if the jury was not isolated.

"Because of the international notoriety of Mr. Jackson, it would be impossible for a juror to browse any news source on television or the Internet without seeing a boldly printed headline discussing the trial," the attorneys said in the petition.

The Los Angeles coroner has ruled that Jackson's death on June 25, 2009 was caused by an overdose of the surgical anesthetic propofol, combined with other drugs.

Prosecutors have accused Murray, one of the pop star's doctors, of having a role in the overdose. Jury selection is set to begin next month in his trial.

Opening statements are set for September 27.

Murray's attorneys, Nareg Gourjian and Edward Chernoff, had contended, in court papers, that "there is reasonable expectation that Dr. Murray's trial will be the most publicized in history."

1121 days ago


Sorry, but, when he opened his jacket toward the end of the song I wanted to throw up. Why can't he do some of his own stuff? Oh, yeah, I forgot the OTHER brothers were the ones who actually wrote music!

1120 days ago



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1120 days ago


Dr. Conrad Murray WILL Take The Stand In Michael Jackson Death TrialDr. Conrad Murray WILL Take The Stand In Michael Jackson Death Trial
Posted on Sep 07, 2011 @ 11:00AM print it send it
WENNBy Radar Staff

UPDATE: A California Appeals court has just denied Dr. Murray's defense team motion to have the jury sequestered. Jury selection will begin Thursday in Los Angeles.

Dr. Conrad Murray will take the stand in a desperate bid to beat involuntary manslaughter charges, Star magazine is exclusively reporting.

The embattled doctor is charged in connection with the 2009 death of his former patient, King of Pop, Michael Jackson.

Murray had originally planned to point the finger at Jackson’s dermatologist, Dr. Arnold Klein, claiming he got the singer hooked on Demerol and other powerful narcotics.

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But, just days before the start of the September 8 trial, an LA judge ruled that Klein could not be called to testify — thereby blowing a hole in Murray’s defense and forcing him to take the stand himself.

“Dr. Murray is, naturally, devastated,” his lawyer, Edward Chernoff, told Star in an exclusive interview about not being able to call Dr. Klein as a witness.

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“He sees forces aligned against him and does not know why he’s not allowed to put on a defense.”

1119 days ago


Good! Let this idiot take the stand. With the camera's in there viewing everything, not only the world but the jurors as well - will hear for themselves what a stupid, lying, incompetent, etc. jackass he truly is! Pray that the Prosecution will trip him up major league!

1119 days ago


Did anyone notice the guy in the black vest and hat dancing like MJ?

1119 days ago


Judge questions prosecution evidence in Conrad Murray trialBy Alan Duke, CNNSeptember 7, 2011 4:44 p.m. EDT
Conrad Murray was hired as Michael Jackson's personal physician as the singer rehearsed for comeback concerts.STORY HIGHLIGHTS
NEW: Appeals court denies the defense petition for a delay in the trial's start
Conrad Murray's attorneys argue Michael Jackson may have drank drug that killed him
Prosecutors say a study shows self-ingestion could not have killed Jackson
Jury selection begins Thursday in Murray's involuntary manslaughter trial
Conrad Murray
Michael Jackson
Los Angeles (CNN) -- Evidence intended to prove Michael Jackson could not have caused his own death might not be allowed in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, the judge said Wednesday.

A California appeals court on Wednesday denied Murray's petition for a stay in his trial so that the issue of jury sequestration could be reconsidered, a defense lawyer said. The denial cleared the way for jury selection to start Thursday.

Murray's defense is built on the theory that Jackson drank propofol, the surgical anesthetic the coroner concluded killed him, while the doctor was away from his bedside on the morning of June 25, 2009.

Prosecutors want jurors to hear expert testimony based on a recent experiment conducted on six university students in Chile they argue proves there is "zero possibility that the propofol was orally ingested."

Judge warns Murray to keep quiet about his rulings

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor raised questions about the experiment in a hearing Wednesday.

"I need more information about the underlying data since it is not a scientific published article," Pastor said. "I don't know the source of the information."

The judge will allow a prosecution expert to testify about a study on piglets conducted at a veterinary college in Norway, a report defense attorneys argued has nothing to do with how oral ingestion of propofol would affect a human.

The study involved five piglets that "have propofol suppositories shoved up their rectums and they are watched to see if they went to sleep," defense attorney Michael Flanagan said. "The rectum is at the other end of the (gastrointestinal) system."

Murray, who was hired as Jackson's personal physician as the singer rehearsed for comeback concerts, is charged with involuntary manslaughter.

Prosecutors contend Murray used a makeshift IV drip to administer propofol intended to help Jackson sleep, a practice they argue violated the standard of care and led to the pop icon's death.

Jury selection for the trial is set to start Thursday morning when about 160... potential jurors gather in the downtown Los Angeles courthouse to fill out questionnaires to determine if they are qualified to hear the case.

Opening statements in the trial, which will be televised, are expected to be delivered on September 27.

1119 days ago

check yourself    

aston: 8 days ago

Jermaine's own feelings about this, from his twitter account:

jermjackson5 Jermaine Jackson
...if anyone is going to do a cover of a Jacksons' song, I think it should be a Jackson : ) #keepitinthefamily
Jermaine Jackson
jermjackson5 Jermaine Jackson
Amuses me to hear I'm "trying to be like Michael" by simply doing a cover of The Jacksons' 'Blame It On The Boogie'. What nonsense, but...

Question remains - why an old cover...?


What's not amusing is Jermaine STILL "trying to be Micheal". Apparently, he figures that with this cover of a J5 tune that MICHEAL lead, since Michael is now dead - HE can cover/replace him. The dude will NEVER lay down his jealousy. Says one thing and his actions contradict it every. single. time.

M'eh... suppose he can try with this tune, anyway, as J5 tunes are not owned by the Estate so copyright infringement isn't an issue... just WHY can't he come up with something OF HIS OWN. Case in Point, and CLOSED.

Try... but, by looks of the video and the screaming obvious attempt to REPLACE Michael in the tune = FAIL. Again. Pffft.

Why cover it at all (instead of this lame azz "if anyone should it should be a Jackson")... what... has somebody else attempted to cover the damn song? (Just occurred to me maybe T3 was going to try - maybe at the Wales thing, and Jerms just beating Tito/T3 to the punch? LOL! It would be classic "J Clan". ) if it isn't about miserably attempting to keep beating that dead azz "wahahahahahaa! I'm RELEVANT" horse of BS delusion of "oh now Mike is gone, I can finally be KOP like I was SUPPOSED to be"

Jerm. Painful to even hear you keep attempting to attain relevance. More painful to watch you keep trying ... and, forever will fail miserably.

Please. STOP.

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