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News / June 28, 2010

Michael Jackson visited Irish dentist

by Guy Hiscott

Coinciding with the National Wax Museum in Dublin unveiling its latest attraction at the weekend – a red straw trilby owned by Michael Jackson – entrepreneur Paddy Dunning reminisced about walking through Crumlin to find a dentist for the singer. reports the Irish Independent.

‘I remember walking around Crumlin with Michael, I was bringing him to the dentist,’ said Paddy.

Paddy and the King of Pop became friends when Michael and his three children stayed at Grouse Lodge Studio near Moate, Co Westmeath, for five months in 2007.

Jackson poster

To mark the anniversary of Jackson’s death, Mr Dunning said he was offering a number of recording deals for up-and-coming musicians at his studio in the hopes of finding the ‘next Michael Jackson’.