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New Michael Jackson Video Filmed Yesterday

Clip for 'Hold My Hand' has 'heavenly' theme

November 23, 2010 10:51 AM ET

A video for "Hold My Hand, the first official single from the forthcoming Michael Jackson album, was filmed on Monday and will have a "heavenly" theme, according to TMZ.

The clip was filmed in an airplane hangar in Tustin, California, and involved a number of extras, several of whom were "die-hard MJ fans." The extras were asked walk into the darkened hangar toward a single bright light, which one source said was to symbolize a journey into heaven.

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The report did not say whether Akon, Jackson's collaborator on the song, will be involved in the video.

Last week a previously unreleased video for Jackson's 2003 song "One More Chance" was posted on his official website. Michael, a collection of unreleased studio recordings, is slated for release on December 14.

New MJ Music Video -- Go Towards the Light!! [TMZ]

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