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Living with Michael Jackson: A Tonight Special (2003)

Martin Bashir conducts a rare interview with Michael Jackson and is given unprecedented access to the reclusive performer's private life.

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Bubbles ...
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Martin Bashir conducts a rare interview with Michael Jackson and is given unprecedented access to the reclusive performer's private life.

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6 February 2003 (USA)  »

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Living with Michael Jackson  »

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Was criticized for being heavily edited by the producers and Bashir. Jackson has stated he went betrayed by Bashir. See more »

Quotes

Janet Arvizo: He had growth spurts *during* chemotherapy.
Gavin Arvizo: I went from 4'10 to 5'4.
Michael Jackson: See? Medicine don't know it all.
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Connections

Spoofed in Bo' Selecta!: Proper Bo' Selecta! I (2003) See more »

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Billie Jean
Written by Michael Jackson
Performed by Michael Jackson
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Awful
19 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

It was all twisted. MJ loved kids but was not a pedophile.Martin Bashir did the documentary for sensational purposes and for the money making. Martin Bashir omitted all the kind things he himself said, but then left it out of the documentary. You can see all this in the Michaels own documentary which was filmed at the same time, and it gives a total different picture of Michael. Martin Bashir only wanted Michael to seem band and odd. He must have realized what this would do to Michael, where he in the end of the documentary questions all about Michael, his plastic surgery (why is that so important?) his relationship with kids (is it normal?)


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