With songs like "Maggie Thatcher" and "Sweet Iron Lady."
Directed by her son.
Farewell to a great soap-opera villain.
In Brooklyn, obviously.
"This is Dedicated to the thousands of people who are standing up for what they believe in."
Gene Simmons just can't keep his mouth shut, can he?
The VMAs owe her one.
Artists lined up for White House concert.
We're sure this has nothing to do with Joe Jackson pimping them out.
"When people touch the back of my head, it reminds me how many people Michael touched."
Somewhat sadly (yet as expected), the finished product concerns itself more with being wholesome and educational than it does with showing Muppets finger-banging each other.
Organizers hope to reschedule the event for June 2010.
People seem to be okay with Janet's tribute, but Jermaine's? Not so much.
This is the most we've been creeped out by a video game since the original Resident Evil.
The first review is in! "It would be a mistake for readers to come to this expecting anything resembling a novel."
Whatever it takes to get through the grieving process, we're in favor of.
Your move, Durst.
They even brought Kurt Loder and John Norris out for the occasion.