Emotions Run High At Michael Jackson Memorial






In what inevitably became the hottest ticket in town, Tuesday afternoon's Los Angeles memorial service for Michael Jackson left even those who performed a little shaken at the realization of Jackson's mortality. Brooke Shields seemingly wept throughout her entire speach, Usher began to cry before he finished singing "Gone Too Soon" and even Mariah Carey went so far as to apologize via Twitter for her voice cracking during "I'll Be There." Jackson contemporary Stevie Wonder, who paid the service's most heart wrenching tribute in the form of "Never Dreamed You'd Leave In Summer" and "They Won't Go When I Go" two of his own songs, was probably the most composed proclaiming before his performance, "Michael, I love you and I've told you that many times, and I'm at peace with that."

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Emotions Run High At Michael Jackson Memorial