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FANS UNIMPRESSED WITH JACKO’S WACKO PRICES
Expensive Tickets Lead To Lackluster Sales For Tribute Show
What if Michael Jackson put on a concert and no one came?

FoxNews reports that an abundance of seats for the Gloved One’s two shows at Madison Square Garden are still available.

Although most lower-priced tickets to the two-day event have been sold—and by lower-priced, we mean $500 per person—a great deal of $800, $1,500 and $2,500 seats on the floor and on the sides are still available. And that doesn’t even count the hundreds of tickets being auctioned on ebay.

The event is not even mentioned on Ticketmaster’s website as a "popular music event." According to the site’s list of hottest-selling events, stars ranging from sister Janet to punk icon Henry Rollins are selling more tickets than Jackson. Even SNL’s favorite Goat Boy, Jim Breuer, seems to have more appeal than Bubbles’ best pal.

Meanwhile, brother Jermaine has not yet called Michael to say "I told you so."

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