"...How did you decide to let PEOPLE magazine do that story on you?" "I just rolled the dice," said Springsteen, blowing on his fist and tossing imaginary dice. "Oh," said Jackson, shaking his head. "I could never trust anyone enough to do that." He took another fleeing scan of the room, his bank of questions emptied. "Well, I think I'm gonna slide on out now," he said quietly. "It was real nice meeting you." He thrust out his hand quickly and walked through the door to another part of the suite.
Springsteen lingered for a moment. A little earlier he had seen Jackson do things for more than an hour and a half onstage that appeared almost effortless. But this was something Springsteen seemed more familiar with, 15 minutes of a human being struggling. "You know," he said, spitting an ice cube back into his cup, "He's just a real nice guy.
One of the most humanizing articles I'd read about Michael when I was in high school and first discovering more about who he was. Read more in this magazine, one of my favorites and part of the #giveaway
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