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Stars Set To Honor MJ In CBS Concert
The Early Show will have a mini-concert in tribute to the one year passing of the King.

It’s almost unbelievable that it has almost been a year since the King of Pop, Michael Jackson passed away. Friday marks a year and in tribute to the King, The Early Show on CBS will be having live performances from Christina Aguilera, Marc Anthony, LL Cool J, and more. In a recent interview, the stars spoke a bit about Michael and their memories of him. Christina Aguilera explained, "Music wouldn't be what it is without someone like Michael Jackson. I remember going to my high school talent show singing 'The Way You Make Me Feel' and being a huge fan of his album Bad. I know all my dancers wouldn't be behind me dancing if it weren't for that." Marc Anthony shared similar thoughts, "A Michael Jackson comes around literally once in a lifetime. They break the mold and I think there're people who just sacrifice their life, their personal life all for the arts. That's what Michael did; he sacrificed his life for the arts."

The program on The Early Show, called, “The King of Pop: One Year Later” will be an hour long segment starting at 8 am on Friday morning on CBS. It will surely be an emotional show.