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Grammys to tribute Michael Jackson



The Grammys have planned to make Michael Jackson a focal point of the show. Last year, there were talks with Jackson to do a major event for his 25th anniversary of “Thriller,” but he wasn’t ready to make the big move. This year they are going to recreate that moment.

They will be broadcasting a 3-D clip that Jackson had previously made for his song “Earth Song,” that was slated to be used in his upcoming concerts in London. Pop stars Usher, Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson and Smokey Robinson will perform alongside the clip. which is something that has proven to be very successful in Celine Dion’s past shows at Las Vegas. This will be the first time that an awards show has presented something in 3-D, so it will definitely be one for the books.

Make sure to pick up your free 3-D “Grammy” glasses before the show starting Jan. 24 through Jan. 31 at your local Target store.

To read more go to The Grammys.

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