On Sunday, September 20, viewers
will have an exclusive pass to the mansion where the King of Pop was found
dead, as Q Channel 11 airs its second Michael Jackson special, the documentary titled Inside the Michael Jackson Mansion: Never Can Say Goodbye.
The media, even Jackson's own family, has been banned from the infamous Holmby Hills mansion in Los Angeles, as it is ground zero for the investigation that has been ongoing since Jackson's death June 25.
Now everyone finally can have a glimpse of Jackson's last abode through the one-hour documentary produced by producer and talk show host Byron Allen for the program Beautiful Homes and Great Estates. Entertainment Studios, Allen's company, was able to capture exhaustive footage of the mansion, where Jackson resided since January of this year, just a few months before he passed away.
Jackson rented the 17,000 square-foot mansion for $100,000/month, and every ornate detail is exposed in the video tour: the Russian-themed private movie theatre, Jerusalem stone façade, African walnut floors and Egyptian chandeliers. Viewers will also be granted access to the elegant swimming pool, park-like grounds, lavish bathrooms and fireplaces, and sumptuously-decorated rooms—including the studio where Jackson rehearsed for what would have been his final concert series, and the master suite where he was found unconscious.
Aside from the exclusive tour, the documentary also features interviews with Kerry Gordy, son of legendary Motown founder Berry Gordy and close friend of Jackson, and Mohamed Hadid, the famous real-estate developer who built and owns the mansion.Inside the Michael Jackson Mansion: Never Can Say Goodbye airs on September 20, 9:10 pm, on Q Channel 11.