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I love the king of pop, the tributes were beautiful and it was our final chance to experience him.
When Usher did his tribute and Paris's closing remarks ....
It was OK, i was way too sad to actually acknowledge the narrator..
The entire audio version moved me, the world lost a true icon and it's extremely sad as he was at the point of his life where he wanted to make his comeback. His kids were at an age where they could understand why he was so beloved and he wanted to re establish his true place as the "King of Pop"
Glad it was free cause I'd be pretty upset if I had paid for this or used one of my credits. He was a legend, don't get me wrong, but this is a bunch of non-sense.
"Heartbreaking, truly does his legacy justice"
There was everything from the service I saw on television here, minus the commentary which was a plus. I don't know why exactly but those have the tendency to be annoying after a while. I remember the opening and closing Olympic game cemorary ones were extremely of putting, so just to hear what those attending the service heard was a serious plus which I wouldn't have gotten watching it again on YouTube
It was the complete commentary free service.
Well as a near life long Michael fan it is hard to pick just one moment, if anything it would be harder to pick one that did not to be honest. Hearing Man In The Mirror at the end knowing he would usually end his shows with that song was heartbreaking I know that. With the 5th anniversary coming up it is hard not to think about how sudden the whole thing was.
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