Michael Jackson's memorial service will be a star-studded spectacular - with Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Justin Timberlake, and Usher all reportedly set to perform at the event.
The King of Pop once famously told an interviewer he wanted his funeral to be "the greatest show on Earth" - and famous artists are lining up to help fulfil the request.
Fellow Motown legends Ross and Wonder are among entertainers who have been approached to sing at the event, and organisers are said to be considering a stunning finale - with guests joining together to sing Jackson's 1992 hit Heal the World.
A source tells U.K. tabloid The Sun, "We want to celebrate Michael's life and make him proud. And the best way to do that is to get artists who he loved and respected to perform his songs.
"There will be around ten performers singing his best hits... There will be one or two surprises. Man in the Mirror is a big moment and the show will end with the singers all joining forces to perform Heal the World, which will be the emotive grand finale."