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Michael Jackson's mother intends to call Prince to testify

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Wednesday, April 03, 2013    

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Michael Jackson's son, Prince Jackson, has already been called on to testify in his father's wrongful death lawsuit trial. But a prince of another sort may be asked to step in as well. According to TMZ, the late King of Pop's mother Katherine Jackson intends to call the pop legend Prince as a witness to testify in her lawsuit against AEG Live.

The case accuses the company of being responsible for negligently hiring Dr Conrad Murray to care for the late King of Pop.

Though Michael and Prince never worked together in their illustrious careers, there is believed to be another connection that would make Prince an appropriate fit to be one of the 100 people that will be called to testify.

Katherine's legal team believes that Prince had a bad experience with AEG in the past that may be viable.

— Daily Mail

'He never wants people to pick me': Jessie J

It may have only been the first episode of the second series of The Voice. But already tensions were running high as Jessie J found herself squabbling with Will.i.am after he intervened when hopeful Danny County struggled to pick between her and Danny O'Donoghue.

An exasperated Jessie looked hurt and already slightly defeated after the Black Eyed Peas singer tried to sway the young wannabe towards The Script star.

As the 22-year-old guitar player began to sing an interesting version of the Sugababes song About You Now, it wasn't long until the Nobody's Perfect singer hit her buzzer to spin her chair.

But just when Jessie thought she'd automatically get Danny on her team, O'Donoghue pressed his buzzer, meaning he was also in the running. Fuming about the competition, Jessie ran over to him and pretended to throttle him.

— Daily Mail

Beckingham Palace goes up for sale

It is a £10-million mansion they have made their own, adding a recording studio, helipad and indoor and outdoor swimming pools.

But after 14 years David and Victoria Beckham have decided to sell their Hertfordshire home, nicknamed Beckingham

Palace, as they seek a more cosmopolitan life in London.

The stars, however, don't want just anyone moving in. They are keen to ensure that the home goes to a family, telling estate agents they want to sell to a private buyer only, not to a developer who might split the property called Rowneybury House into luxury apartments.

— Daily Mail

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