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Pop / Rock 08/09/2001

In pictures: Jackson 5 reunion!

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NEW YORK (Top40 Charts) - Michael Jackson joined his brothers on stage for the first time in 17 years at Madison Square Garden, New York, on Friday.

Stars from across the entertainment world came to help Jackson celebrate 30 years as a solo artist, and hear tracks from his upcoming album.

Britney Spears joined Jackson for a duet on The Way You Make Me Feel
Britney Spears joined Jackson for a duet on The Way You Make Me Feel

Guns 'n' Roses guitarist <a style=Slash helped the star on Black or White" vspace="0" border=0 width="315" height="180" src="https://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1530000/images/_1532130_slash300.jpg">
Guns 'n' Roses guitarist Slash helped the star on Black or White

Actor <a style=Marlon Brando's speech about child abuse was booed by some of the New York crowd" vspace="0" border=0 width="315" height="180" src="https://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1530000/images/_1532130_brando300.jpg">
Actor Marlon Brando's speech about child abuse was booed by some of the New York crowd

N'Sync accompanied Jackson again, after their joint appearance at the MTV awards
N'Sync accompanied Jackson again, after their joint appearance at the MTV awards

But the clear highlight was the reunion of the Jackson 5, with the brothers hugging on stage
But the clear highlight was the reunion of the Jackson 5, with the brothers hugging on stage






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