Michael Jackson hasn't even been buried yet, and concert promoters are already putting him back to work.
AEG is still a little upset that they're going to lose out on tens of millions of dollars from Michael's 'This Is It' tour, so they're going to recreate him on stage for his birthday on August 29th.
A life-like hologram of Michael will be projected on stage and perform parts of his planned set to fans accompanied by the backing dancers he had been rehearsing with before his death last month.
There are rumors that Michael's kids, Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11 and seven-year-old Prince Michael II, also known as 'Blanket' - will take to the stage for the grand finale with Michael's brothers and sisters, like they did at his Los Angeles memorial on Tuesday.
AEG promoter Randy Philips wants to make sure the world doesn't miss out on Michael's "amazing show."
Earlier this month, he said: "The world needs to see this production. It would have been - which is the tragedy here - one of the most amazing shows ever, so at some point we want the world to see that. The sooner the better."
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