He may be gone but he's certainly not forgotten.
Friday marks the one year anniversary of Michael Jackson's death and his family, as well as his legions of fans, are gearing up to remember the King of Pop and mourn his untimely passing
CNN stalwart Larry King is getting in on the act - filming an hour-long special from Jackson's resting place, Forest Lawn cemetery in Glendale, California.
King's special will include an interview with Jackson's brother Jermaine as well as highlighting the musical acheivements and milestones of Jackson's career.
Jermaine was pictured arriving at Forest Lawn yesterday, flanked by two of his children, Jaafar and Jermajesty.
Gone but not forgotten: Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009, aged 50
The CNN crew were seen setting up outside Holly Terrace which houses Jackson's burial spot.
In an unprecidented move Holly Terrace will be open to the public on Friday so fans can pay their respects to their idol.
Jackson's sudden death, caused by a lethal combination of powerful sedative drugs, shocked the world last year.
The singer's personal physician, Dr Conrad Murray, is currently facing an involuntary manslaughter charge relating to his former patient's death.
Murray has confessed to administering Propofol to the star but denies causing his death.
A preliminary hearing is set for August 23 - and in the meantime, Murray remains free on bail and continues to practise medicine in his home state of Texas.
The Jackson family have been playing a blame game with regard to the singer's death.
Patriarch Joe Jackson even went so far as to blame his wife, Katherine, for the death of her son.
'In Michael's final months alive, I said to her many times I couldn't get through to him,' Joe said in an interview.
'I had begged her to go over and stay with him, but she insisted he needed his privacy and gave him the slack she thought he needed.'
Media mayhem: CNN trucks descend on the memorial park to film a Larry King Live special tribute to Michael Jackson
Katherine shot back at the accusations with a blistering statement from her lawyer: 'Joe Jackson's statements and conduct towards Mrs Jackson are outrageous.
'The world knows Mrs Jackson has always been a loving and caring mother and grandmother, and she had a very special relationship with Michael.
Katherine has custody of her late son's three children, daughter Paris, 12, and sons, Prince Michael, 13 and Blanket, eight.
Ready for his close-up: Larry King gets a make-up touch up as he prepares to interview Jermaine Jackson for his Michael Jackson tribute special