A memorial to Michael Jackson will be unveiled at a theatre in London on June 24, on the eve of the first death anniversary of the pop star, a media report said.
The Lyric Theatre in London will be a first permanent Jackson memorial in the city, where his fans came after his death on June 25, and created a shrine of candles, tributes, flowers and books of condolence, the BBC reported.
The unveiling ceremony will be attended by Britain's Got Talent 2009 winners and other prominent performers.
Jackson died at a Los Angeles hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest and going into a coma. In February, coroners released a complete report of his autopsy, which said his death was a homicide.