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Michael Jackson and Prince to reunite with posthumous duet

They were both two of the world’s biggest stars.

And, despite their high-profile deaths, it seems that Michael Jackson and Prince could enjoy something of a posthumous reunion.

That’s according to Hollywood medium Tyler Henry, who claims to have connected with the pair’s spirits during a reading with Jacko’s sister, La Toya.

According to a report in the Daily Star, Tyler claims the men record songs together in the years before their passings.

But, unfortunately for fans, the tracks were locked away in a private vault.

Now, the deceased singers both want the material released to honour their legacies.

“The key thing he spoke about was how he wanted to be honoured with his music. He wants his new music released," Tyler said.

“There is a specific artist he brought through with him. He was interested in releasing something they did together. It made sense to LaToya.”

Musical genius Prince was only 5ft 2in in height but he was a giant of the musical world with songs like Purple Rain, When Doves Cry and Kiss.

His name changes as he fell out with his record label, spectacular fashion choices and urban myths gave him an air of eccentricity. He died at his Minneapolis mansion on 21 April 2016.

Meanwhile, Jackson found fame with the Jackson 5 before becoming a hugely successful solo artist, with his hits earning him the title King of Pop.

He became increasingly eccentric and his physical appearance changed drastically. He died from a heart attack in 2009.

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