Jacko makes his comeback in Chiswick

Star delights fans by singing on the High Road

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Troubled pop singer Michael Jackson delighted fans on Chiswick High Road on Friday night by serenading them from the roof of an MPV.

Jacko was in Chiswick to record a charity song to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. It was his first public appearance in London since being cleared of charges of child abuse. According to the Sun, after singing to the fans he knelt down and prayed and then thanked the crowd of about 100 people who had gathered there.

His song "From The Bottom Of My Heart" is expected to be released before Christmas.

October 8, 2005