Saturday, June 25 marks the second anniversary of Michael Jackson's death, which is why Madame Tussauds in Hollywood is hosting a special traveling exhibit celebrating the King of Pop, titled the Michael Jackson Experience, which will be on display in Los Angeles this summer before heading to Las Vegas in September.
MJ's older brother Jermaine was on hand Monday -- along with his third wife, Halima, and sons Jaafar, 14, and Jermajesty, 10 -- to unveil three wax figurines from Europe depicting the musical superstar at three stages in his career: The Jackson 5 years, the Invincible era, and the "This Is It" Michael.
"We lost an incredible human being and his spirit is with us," Jermaine, 56, told the crowd. "We feel him every day and I'm pretty sure you do as well."
The singer also revealed that his family is planning a Jackson 5 reunion tour. "Michael would want us to continue on," said Jermaine. "The brothers now are ready just to keep the legacy going and the music. We're meeting today about putting a tour together just to play the music because it's such wonderful music. We need to continue to play this music because it's healing for us."
The Michael Jackson Experience will officially open to the public on June 24 and will be included as part of Madame Tussauds regular admission price. Interestingly enough, the Gloved One first sat for a Madame Tussauds wax sculpture in 1984, and was sculpted six times before his death. He is the most widely exhibited figure in the Madame Tussauds worldwide empire.