Jackson wanted Emma Watson as bride: Doc
Michael Jackson's personal physician and self-proclaimed confidante has made astonishing claims about the late King of Pop.
Dr Conrad Murray, 63, has written in his new book This Is It that the US singer was in love with his god-daughter Harriet Lester - the daughter of UK former child actor Mark Lester - when she was five.
He claimed Jackson wanted to marry her when she was 12.
The Grenada-born doctor, who was found guilty in 2011 of the involuntary manslaughter of Jackson in 2009 and who served two years of a four-year prison sentence, also claimed that Jackson's second choice for a bride was English actress Emma Watson, when she was 11.
"I was concerned that Harriet was legally far too young for marriage in most of the world," Murray wrote.
Dr Conrad has insisted he has Jackson's blessing to tell the story of his final years, telling the Daily Mirror: "I have decided that the time has come to reveal in this book the untold story of what really happened to Michael Jackson.
"This book is the last chapter of Jackson's life, told as no one else even knows it."
Pitbull gets his star on Walk of Fame
US raper Pitbull got emotional at having his name immortalised on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.
The 35-year-old received the 2,584th star last Friday
"To be up here, it just goes to show what happens when you focus, when you work hard, when you believe in yourself, when you go against all odds," he said at the ceremony.
Pitbull said that his drive to succeed was never about money, but "about coming from nothing to something".
"It's about being the prime example of what the American dream is and what it embodies," he said.