Jermaine Jackson opens up about his start in the music industry as well as the hologram of his brother Michael that performed at this year’s Billboard Music Awards during an upcoming episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now?

During the interview, the singer also shares how his family’s work ethic not only planted the seeds for their legacy as the “first family of soul,” but also possibly saved him and his brothers from the streets.

In addition to Jackson, Oprah: Where Are They Now? will feature interviews with Ali Landry, who speaks on her brief marriage to Mario Lopez and introduces her family today. In addition, the show will talk to into the spotlight. former Star Trek actor George Takei, who takes time out from his role as Grand Marshall of Seattle’s Pride Parade to introduce his husband and open up about his childhood, five years of which was spent in an internment camp.

Updates from disgraced New York Times reporter Jayson Blair and the beauty pageant mom who faced intense criticism for her daughter’s pageant passion will also be featured as well as a former teen idol Rex Smith, who reveals the day his life changed forever, when an audience member at his show turned out to be the son he never knew he had.

Oprah: Where Are They Now? with Jermaine Jackson will air Sunday (Aug. 17) at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.

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5 thoughts on “Jermaine Jackson Talks To Oprah About Michael Hologram and More

  1. ’’Skepticism’’ Donot call me American If I can’t be treated well Because of my nature, But I do have a mind And I also have a heart They’re aware of the Same brightness as all. Do not call me citizen If I have to be botched. Indeed, my DNA is hot Because Mississippi is Still burning. Quench then the fire, and The best will glow among us. The mine’s tag no. found In Savannah, and it belonged To the same anthem as all. Do not call me American If so on, and on! Do not call me Bo, as well, If my exertion can’t be branded Into the melting-pot, Because of my backdrop, and The mine’s shabby boots are still At the Museums where they’re Aware of the same color as all.

  2. Michael Jackson was not close to Jermaine and certainly didn’t consider his opinion on music so his opinion really don’t carry much weight. Oprah should have asked him him about that.

    • And how do you know if MJ was not close to Jermaine or not and if MJ would not consider his opinion on music? If MJ did not tell you this himself, you know nothing.

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