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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Michael Jackson to be immortalized by Dr Death

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ABOVE: FREAKY: Body preserved by Doctor Death
The King Of Pop, who calls himself Peter Pan, has had a string of cosmetic surgery ops to try to defy the ageing process.

But he is now preparing to strike the ultimate blow against death and decay by having his whole body “plastinated” by controversial doctor Gunther von Hagens.

Jacko, who is a fan of the German anatomist, was said to be thrilled his Body Worlds exhibition would be on at the O2 Arena during his This Is It concerts, which start in July.

The exhibition showcases Von Hagens’ groundbreaking corpse preservation technique which earned him the nickname Dr Death.

Thousands of people have donated their bodies to be preserved permanently through the process in which fluids are replaced by liquid plastic.

Now Jacko, 50, who shares a love of fedora hats with Von Hagens, is to be the latest to sign up so that his physique will last for ever.

A source said: “Michael has always been fascinated by new technologies which allow humans to cheat ageing, death and decomposition.

“Dr Von Hagens has found a way to avoid the last of these and Michael naturally regards it as one of the major scientific breakthroughs in recent history.

“He’s definitely up for undergoing the procedure when the time comes.

“He’s also convinced there is an uncanny affinity between the two men – both are regarded as eccentrics, both are famous for wearing fedoras and both are at the O2 at the same time.”

Jackson is set to perform 50 spectacular shows at the arena from July 8, which will earn him millions. They are expected to attract fans from more than 220 countries.

Dr Von Hagens’ Body Worlds exhibition runs at the O2 until August 23. Focusing on the theme of the ageing process and how it affects the human body, it features a series of perfectly preserved “body sculptures”.

Dr Von Hagens, 64, explained: “Human transience is countered by a need as old as humanity itself: the longing to be immortalised.

“The invention of plastination is an aesthetically sensitive method of preserving meticulously dissected anatomical specimens and even entire bodies as permanent, life-like materials.”

Copyright: Daily Star

 

 
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