Michael Jackson's death left a huge void in the music world. His brothers may be trying to fill at least one of them with the rebirth of the Jackson...four.
It appears that the King of Pop's passing may spurn a mini-reunion tour for the surviving members of the Jackson 5.
Jacksons Tito, Randy, Marlon and Jermaine are reportedly in talks with concert promoters AEG to perform at the O2 Arena in London, according to the Los Angeles Times.
That would be the same venue where the King of Pop was set to stage his comeback with 50 shows, before he died June 25.
While a rep for AEG has yet to comment, according to the L.A. Times, any show put on by the brothers would not be a one-off: They are reportedly negotiating for several dates at the U.K. venue.
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Meanwhile, the Jackson brothers aren't the only ones making a move back to the musical scene.
On July 28, La Toya Jackson will be releasing "Home" as a single on iTunes as a tribute to her late brother. The song was previously recorded to honor her family and all proceeds will benefit AIDS Project L.A.
Here's hoping the Jackson brothers' tribute to Michael goes better than Ne-Yo's.