Washington, Nov 10 : Michael Jackson, who is no mood to perform, may see himself rocking the stage, as he's still in financial trouble.
Apparently, the singer has been offered a 10 million dollar guarantee for 20 shows by AEG and recently the guarantee has been upped to 30 shows.
This deal was offered to Jackson last spring when he was on the verge of losing his Neverland ranch to default.
However, Colony Capital LLC of California came along and bought Jackson's debt from Fortress Investments of New York.
Dr. Tomhe Jackson's latest confidante is urging him to do the "Thriller" shows to show good faith to his investors, as Jackson is living pretty modestly.
"He's in a 10,000 dollars a month property in Las Vegas, he still needs cash badly. This is his way out," Fox News quoted a source, as saying.