The popular dancer has wed his long-term love.
Queen to release Michael Jackson's recordings
The band has been given the go ahead to put out songs recording by Freddie Mercury and MJ
The Michael Jackson's estate has allowed Queen to release the tapes, which were recorded at the King of Pop's US home in 1983.
Roger Taylor and Brian May will be developping the songs, which at the moment are believed to be unfinished.
"The Michael Jackson estate are happy for us to go ahead with the music." said May to the Sun "But it's not something that we can rush. "I don't work on things with the aim to make money or for promotional reasons. I work on things with the view 'to let's see how it goes" concluded the guitarist.
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