It looks like there is quite a battle ahead between the yesterday Prince of Pop and the wanna be Prince of Pop as Michael Jackson and Ne-Yo have to battle it out over dates at the O2 arena in London. Ne-Yo is booked to perform at the venue during the dates that have been allocated for MJ’s final live shows in the UK. The deal which will see MJ earn about $100 million has been the talk of London town since it was announced last week, however reps for Ne-Yo are saying that his scheduled date in July is still going ahead as planned and no changes will be made to his schedule…not even for the singers inspiration. Stand your ground Ne-Yo, you were booked first.
Ne-Yo is allegedly working on the come back album from Michael Jackson, so maybe the two will come to some arrangement over this date, who knows?

  • puppetmaster

    I don’t think this really is a big deal, though it is expected that MJ’s performance will be the talk of everyone. Whether or not their scheds will change, it won’t really change anything.