They are determined to block the shows, insisting that an alleged agreement entered into with Jackson's manager Frank Dileo in 2008 stipulated that the 'Heal The World" hitmaker would appear with his sister Janet Jackson and their brothers on tour.
They said that the agreement prohibited Michael from making another concert deal for 18 months, but the singer had violated the blackout clause when he signed up for the London O2 concert. The promoters have even sent a cease and desist letter to Michael"s London concert organizers.
Washington (ANI): One time pop king Michael Jackson"s much-awaited comeback London O2 Arena concert has landed in a soup, as 'AllGood Entertainment" bosses are trying to block the gig. The AllGood Entertainment bosses claim that Michael has violated a contract according to which he had to make his comeback with them, reports Contactmusic.