MICHAEL Jackson didn't seem well at all – he appeared lost and was a little incoherent when he spoke.
Choreographer Kenny Ortega was the first witness to give evidence for the prosecution at the trial of the pop star’s personal physician Dr Conrad Murray.
The doctor is facing a charge of involuntary manslaughter.
The King of Pop died on June 25, 2009. The coroner determined the death was caused by the use of the powerful anaesthetic propofol.
Deputy District Attorney David Walgren told jurors that Dr Murray recorded Jackson about six weeks before his death when he was “under the influence of unknown agents”.
In the clip (below), Jackson slurred his words as he talked about his hopes for his approaching concert.