LOS ANGELES: A new exhibit dedicated to late popstar Michael Jackson is to open later today in Los Angeles.

The singer’s brother Jermaine will attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Madame Tussauds Hollywood this afternoon in honour of the grand opening of the Michael Jackson Experience.

The Michael Jackson Experience features wax figures of Michael as well as multimedia clips which highlight his journey from his childhood in Gary, Indiana to his multi-platinum recording career.

Attendees will be allowed to take photographs next to three Jackson wax figures and a collection of the popstar’s memorabilia.
The $55m exhibition will be open the general public until Labour Day (September 5).
Later this week, the legendary leather jacket that Jackson wore in the ‘Thriller’ music video will go up for auction in Beverly Hills.

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