It’s hard to believe that it’s been nearly a year since the untimely death of Michael Jackson. To commemorate the one year mark, organizer Matt Taylor has produced an exhibit deemed “The Neverland Collection”at a museum in Japan, that consists of various MJ memorabilia.
According to reports, random guests will be selected to participate in the massive sleepover on the night of June 25th at the exhibit. Those selected will have to pay $1000 to spend the night at the museum among MJ’s belongings. Fans who are “sleeping over” will be allowed to enter the exhibit starting at 10:30PM on the 25th and will remain in the exhibit until 8:00AM the following morning.
It seems that in Japanese culture it’s a ritual to lie among the belongings of loved ones on the anniversary of their death.
Now…we LOVEEEE Michael Jackson dearly here in the US, but I’m not too sure Americans would drop a stack for a sleepover with MJ’s shirts, pants and other memorabilia… Your thoughts?
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