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Jackson's fans across globe in mourning

From Berlin to Tokyo, Michael Jackson fans are in mourning and are reacting to his death. One fan said that while she had hoped to see the previously planned Jackson concerts in person, she watching the memorial would allow her “to see something of Jackson.” 20 more words

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Jackson reaction on the internet

The internet is reacting to Michael Jackson’s memorial service: most of it is positive. The micro-blogging Web site, Twitter, is being overwhelmed with Jackson reaction. 160 more words

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King: Jackson brought the world together

Bernice King, daughter of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., reflected on the uniqueness of Michael Jackson. “Throughout the ages, few are chosen amongst us to use their gifts and talents to demonstrate God’s love in an effort to bring the world together in true sister and brotherhood,” she said. 25 more words

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Shields remembers Jackson and his signature glove

Holding back tears, Brooke Shields recalls when she asked Michael Jackson “what’s with the glove?” The actress went on to say Jackson was a “genius” and a “lover of life.” The pair dated in the early 1980s and remained friends. 20 more words

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Wonder: "God must have needed him far more"

Musician Stevie Wonder reflected on Jackson’s passing saying “as we may feel, and we do, that we need Michael here with us, God must have needed him far more.” Wonder then went on to perform “I Never Dreamed You’d Leave in Summer” and “They Won’t Go When I Go.” 20 more words

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Letter from Angelou remembers Jackson

In addition to Queen Latifah’s thoughts about Jackson, the actress also read a poem from Maya Angelou called “We Had Him.” Angelou wrote that “he came to us from the creator, trailing creativity in abundance, despite the anguish of life he was sheafed in mother love.” 20 more words

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Letter from Diana Ross to Jackson

In a letter by Diana Ross, read by Smokey Robinson, she wrote that she “decided to pause and be silent, this feels right to me.” Ross goes on to say, “Michael was a personal love of mine, a treasured part of my world, and part of the fabric of my life in a way I cant seem to find words to express.” … 20 more words

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