Jackson announces upcoming concerts in London just before his death. AP Photo/Joel Ryan, File
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Michael Jackson's estate has slammed a television special about the late King of Pop, describing it as a "crass and unauthorized" effort to exploit the singer's name. U.S. broadcast network ABC said "The Last Days of Michael Jackson" would feature never-before-seen interview footage and the testimony of a tour operator who was outside his mansion in southern California the day he died.Jackson is estimated to have sold 350 million records, including "Thriller," the best-selling album of all time.
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