London, Mar 09 (ANI): Pop singer Michael Jackson may be going through a rough patch due to his bankruptcy and ill health, but his fan following seems unaffected, for zillions of them are desperate to obtain seats at his final concerts.
Although millions of fans are keen to attend Michael's 10 farewell concerts at London's O2 arena, only 200,000 seats will be made available.
It is feared that touts might make big bucks by selling tickets worth 50 and 75 pounds for thousands.
"A lot of fans are going to be disappointed, and the touts could make a killing," the daily Star quoted a source as saying.
"They know people will pay through the nose to see Jacko's last concerts," the source added.
On the other hand, the 'Heal the World' hitmaker is not leaving any stones unturned to make his final concert a hit.
He recently made TV history by buying up the whole of a three-and-a-half- minute ad break during Dancing On Ice to promote his tour, through which he advertised his future London 02 arena concert.
The ad featured some of the hits he will perform, fans were also given details of how and where to book tickets. (ANI)