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One of Michael Jackson’s trademark single white gloves is currently up for auction — but fans will have to shell out at least $20,000 to get their hands on it (or rather, in it).
Nate D. Sanders’ auction house is handling the sale, which ends July 30 at 5 p.m. PT. Jackson gave the glove, which features crystal beading and light wear and tear, to personal artist Paul Bedard — who worked on multiple pieces of art for Jackson’s Neverland Ranch — in 1984, and Bedard went on to sell it in 2005.
Head to Sanders’ site before July 30 to bid and see photos of the item.
The American Federation of Musicians is suing Sony Music Entertainment for allegedly violating its contract in the Michael Jackson documentary “This Is It.” The suit, filed in federal court in New York, alleges that the artists were misled to record work for “This Is It” […]
The famous property is located about 30 miles from Santa Barbara in the inland town of Los Olivos. The realtors, Harry Kolb of Sotheby’s International and Jeffry Hyland of Hilton & Hyland, are listing the place under its new name, Sycamore Valley Ranch.
It’s got plenty of room for moonwalking, sprawling across 2,700 acres with 22 structures, including the main house, at 12,000 square feet with six bathrooms.
The zoo is no longer there. The elephants, the giraffe, the orangutans and Jackson’s chimp Bubbles are all gone.The dancer-composer behind “Thriller” and “Billie Jean” died from a drug overdose in 2009. At the time, he was preparing for a comeback, a series of concerts in London called “This is It,” to get his dismal finances back in order. Jackson may have been worth as much as $750 million at the height of his success, but his lavish lifestyle put him hundreds of millions of dollars into debt.
Jackson reportedly paid $28 million for the ranch back in 1988, and maintaining the place had a burn rate of $240,000 a month — a fraction of Jackson’s $1.2 million in monthly expenses.
We’re wishing that someone in the family will purchase the property! This was Michael’s first home, and it would be a shame to see it owned by the wrong person. Wishful thinking, and fingers are crossed on this one!