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July 1988, Michael is presented with then called ‘Video Vanguard Award’ right before he steps foot on the Wembley stage where he was to shatter yet more world records. 

Ticket demand for the five July dates exceeded 1.5 million, enough to fill the 72,000 capacity venue 20 times. Michael performed seven sold out shows, and more shows could have been added, but the venue had reached its quota for live performances. The third concert on July 16 was attended by Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles. On September 8, Michael was entered into the Guinness World Records, the first of three times from the tour alone - the Wembley shows were attended by a record 504,000 people.
July 1988, Michael is presented with then called ‘Video Vanguard Award’ right before he steps foot on the Wembley stage where he was to shatter yet more world records. 

Ticket demand for the five July dates exceeded 1.5 million, enough to fill the 72,000 capacity venue 20 times. Michael performed seven sold out shows, and more shows could have been added, but the venue had reached its quota for live performances. The third concert on July 16 was attended by Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles. On September 8, Michael was entered into the Guinness World Records, the first of three times from the tour alone - the Wembley shows were attended by a record 504,000 people.
July 1988, Michael is presented with then called ‘Video Vanguard Award’ right before he steps foot on the Wembley stage where he was to shatter yet more world records. 

Ticket demand for the five July dates exceeded 1.5 million, enough to fill the 72,000 capacity venue 20 times. Michael performed seven sold out shows, and more shows could have been added, but the venue had reached its quota for live performances. The third concert on July 16 was attended by Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles. On September 8, Michael was entered into the Guinness World Records, the first of three times from the tour alone - the Wembley shows were attended by a record 504,000 people.
July 1988, Michael is presented with then called ‘Video Vanguard Award’ right before he steps foot on the Wembley stage where he was to shatter yet more world records. 

Ticket demand for the five July dates exceeded 1.5 million, enough to fill the 72,000 capacity venue 20 times. Michael performed seven sold out shows, and more shows could have been added, but the venue had reached its quota for live performances. The third concert on July 16 was attended by Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles. On September 8, Michael was entered into the Guinness World Records, the first of three times from the tour alone - the Wembley shows were attended by a record 504,000 people.
July 1988, Michael is presented with then called ‘Video Vanguard Award’ right before he steps foot on the Wembley stage where he was to shatter yet more world records. 

Ticket demand for the five July dates exceeded 1.5 million, enough to fill the 72,000 capacity venue 20 times. Michael performed seven sold out shows, and more shows could have been added, but the venue had reached its quota for live performances. The third concert on July 16 was attended by Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles. On September 8, Michael was entered into the Guinness World Records, the first of three times from the tour alone - the Wembley shows were attended by a record 504,000 people.
July 1988, Michael is presented with then called ‘Video Vanguard Award’ right before he steps foot on the Wembley stage where he was to shatter yet more world records. 

Ticket demand for the five July dates exceeded 1.5 million, enough to fill the 72,000 capacity venue 20 times. Michael performed seven sold out shows, and more shows could have been added, but the venue had reached its quota for live performances. The third concert on July 16 was attended by Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles. On September 8, Michael was entered into the Guinness World Records, the first of three times from the tour alone - the Wembley shows were attended by a record 504,000 people.
July 1988, Michael is presented with then called ‘Video Vanguard Award’ right before he steps foot on the Wembley stage where he was to shatter yet more world records. 

Ticket demand for the five July dates exceeded 1.5 million, enough to fill the 72,000 capacity venue 20 times. Michael performed seven sold out shows, and more shows could have been added, but the venue had reached its quota for live performances. The third concert on July 16 was attended by Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles. On September 8, Michael was entered into the Guinness World Records, the first of three times from the tour alone - the Wembley shows were attended by a record 504,000 people.
July 1988, Michael is presented with then called ‘Video Vanguard Award’ right before he steps foot on the Wembley stage where he was to shatter yet more world records. 

Ticket demand for the five July dates exceeded 1.5 million, enough to fill the 72,000 capacity venue 20 times. Michael performed seven sold out shows, and more shows could have been added, but the venue had reached its quota for live performances. The third concert on July 16 was attended by Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles. On September 8, Michael was entered into the Guinness World Records, the first of three times from the tour alone - the Wembley shows were attended by a record 504,000 people.
July 1988, Michael is presented with then called ‘Video Vanguard Award’ right before he steps foot on the Wembley stage where he was to shatter yet more world records. 

Ticket demand for the five July dates exceeded 1.5 million, enough to fill the 72,000 capacity venue 20 times. Michael performed seven sold out shows, and more shows could have been added, but the venue had reached its quota for live performances. The third concert on July 16 was attended by Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles. On September 8, Michael was entered into the Guinness World Records, the first of three times from the tour alone - the Wembley shows were attended by a record 504,000 people.
July 1988, Michael is presented with then called ‘Video Vanguard Award’ right before he steps foot on the Wembley stage where he was to shatter yet more world records. 

Ticket demand for the five July dates exceeded 1.5 million, enough to fill the 72,000 capacity venue 20 times. Michael performed seven sold out shows, and more shows could have been added, but the venue had reached its quota for live performances. The third concert on July 16 was attended by Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles. On September 8, Michael was entered into the Guinness World Records, the first of three times from the tour alone - the Wembley shows were attended by a record 504,000 people.

July 1988, Michael is presented with then called ‘Video Vanguard Award’ right before he steps foot on the Wembley stage where he was to shatter yet more world records. 

Ticket demand for the five July dates exceeded 1.5 million, enough to fill the 72,000 capacity venue 20 times. Michael performed seven sold out shows, and more shows could have been added, but the venue had reached its quota for live performances. The third concert on July 16 was attended by Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles. On September 8, Michael was entered into the Guinness World Records, the first of three times from the tour alone - the Wembley shows were attended by a record 504,000 people.

baderahaven:

January 27th, 1989 - Memorial Sports Arena, LA.
The End of the Bad World Tour.

 

dangerous-web-of-sin said: LOVE THIS ANCA! So glad you’re back and with such aaaawesome, delicious gifset! ugh this vid! his fineness slays my feels

Giiirl you know I can’t stay away from our boy for too long! He is gorgeous isn’t he - he knows it too
 
baderahaven:

January 27th, 1989 - Memorial Sports Arena, LA.
The End of the Bad World Tour.

 

dangerous-web-of-sin said: LOVE THIS ANCA! So glad you’re back and with such aaaawesome, delicious gifset! ugh this vid! his fineness slays my feels

Giiirl you know I can’t stay away from our boy for too long! He is gorgeous isn’t he - he knows it too
 
baderahaven:

January 27th, 1989 - Memorial Sports Arena, LA.
The End of the Bad World Tour.

 

dangerous-web-of-sin said: LOVE THIS ANCA! So glad you’re back and with such aaaawesome, delicious gifset! ugh this vid! his fineness slays my feels

Giiirl you know I can’t stay away from our boy for too long! He is gorgeous isn’t he - he knows it too
 
baderahaven:

January 27th, 1989 - Memorial Sports Arena, LA.
The End of the Bad World Tour.

 

dangerous-web-of-sin said: LOVE THIS ANCA! So glad you’re back and with such aaaawesome, delicious gifset! ugh this vid! his fineness slays my feels

Giiirl you know I can’t stay away from our boy for too long! He is gorgeous isn’t he - he knows it too
 
baderahaven:

January 27th, 1989 - Memorial Sports Arena, LA.
The End of the Bad World Tour.

 

dangerous-web-of-sin said: LOVE THIS ANCA! So glad you’re back and with such aaaawesome, delicious gifset! ugh this vid! his fineness slays my feels

Giiirl you know I can’t stay away from our boy for too long! He is gorgeous isn’t he - he knows it too
 
baderahaven:

January 27th, 1989 - Memorial Sports Arena, LA.
The End of the Bad World Tour.

 

dangerous-web-of-sin said: LOVE THIS ANCA! So glad you’re back and with such aaaawesome, delicious gifset! ugh this vid! his fineness slays my feels

Giiirl you know I can’t stay away from our boy for too long! He is gorgeous isn’t he - he knows it too
 
baderahaven:

January 27th, 1989 - Memorial Sports Arena, LA.
The End of the Bad World Tour.

 

dangerous-web-of-sin said: LOVE THIS ANCA! So glad you’re back and with such aaaawesome, delicious gifset! ugh this vid! his fineness slays my feels

Giiirl you know I can’t stay away from our boy for too long! He is gorgeous isn’t he - he knows it too
 
baderahaven:

January 27th, 1989 - Memorial Sports Arena, LA.
The End of the Bad World Tour.

 

dangerous-web-of-sin said: LOVE THIS ANCA! So glad you’re back and with such aaaawesome, delicious gifset! ugh this vid! his fineness slays my feels

Giiirl you know I can’t stay away from our boy for too long! He is gorgeous isn’t he - he knows it too
 

baderahaven:

January 27th, 1989 - Memorial Sports Arena, LA.

The End of the Bad World Tour.

 

dangerous-web-of-sin said: LOVE THIS ANCA! So glad you’re back and with such aaaawesome, delicious gifset! ugh this vid! his fineness slays my feels

Giiirl you know I can’t stay away from our boy for too long! He is gorgeous isn’t he - he knows it too

 

Michael Jackson - A Place With No Name

…..YES.

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