Celebrity news

Thriller… Michael ready for the return of Jackson 5 | Celebrity News | Showbiz and television

Jacko, nicknamed the “King of Pop”, died in 2009 of a drug overdose at the age of 50.

But Tito, 67, revealed there were even more unreleased songs the Thriller superstar left behind.

The siblings aim to add their voices to his and create a new Jackson 5 track.

Tito said: “It would be so nice to be on a record with Michael again.

“Anything that works, we’d be willing to try it and see what happens. It’s a really brilliant idea. There’s more music to come out. They have music. He left a few things behind he often recorded.

“It’s out of our control, but they’re always trying to get us involved and we’re always happy to offer.”

Jacko has already enjoyed chart success since his death with new music. Justin Timberlake recorded “duet” Love Never Felt So Good with him in 2014 – adding vocals to a 1983 demo. The single was critically acclaimed but only reached No. 8 on the charts.

Tito has revealed their plans as the Jacksons prepare to play the Happy Days Festival today at Imber Court in Esher, Surrey. Michael’s last appearance on a band record was Victory in 1984. He quit to go solo after the resounding success of his 1982 LP Thriller. But he appeared on stage with his siblings in New York in 2001 for a 30th anniversary special marking his solo career.