Michael Jackson Now More Popular Dead Than Alive

LAS VEGAS - USA - Michael Jackson's holographic performance is a bonus for record executives.

Record company bosses have come up with an amazing money making ploy that will ensure money in their overflowing coffers, even if their artists die.

“Holographic touring. If the artist dies, we don’t want music sales to waiver and slowly die off. We need to eke out every penny from these performers even when they’re dead. Not only that, we don’t have to deal with all their crap when they were alive, this is the best thing that ever happened to the biz. Michael Jackson did us a real service,” Miles Gardner, an executive of Sony records told Billboard.

Expect to see up coming holographic tours of many other dead artists in the future. The devil sure works in mysterious ways..