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La Toya is filmed often, she recently made a press conference for APLA, Michael was working with them before. All the benefits of the new single "Home" will be given to the association. Also discover the new latoyaonline !

decouvrez les dernière videos de La Toya, dont sa conference de presse pour l'association APLA qui aident les gens atteint du sida à Los Angeles, Toy leur reverse toutes les recettes de sa chanson hommage "Home".
La Toya a egalement un nouveau site avec blog, page myspace et page twitter!

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“I’ve been approached to do ‘Dancing With the Stars,’” Jackson told Access Hollywood’s Tony Potts exclusively on Thursday. “The fact of the matter is, I won’t be doing it, simply because of the circumstances that (are) going on at the moment.”

“I can’t see myself putting myself into there right now, dancing every single day when I’m still trying to find out what exactly happened to my brother,” Jackson said. “That’s the most important thing for me at this very moment.”

“I love that show,” La Toya Jackson explained. “It’s not only one of my favorite shows, it’s my mother’s as well. They had on television that I was doing it, and she goes, ‘Oh honey! Is that going to be you?’ I go, ‘Mother, that’s just a rumor.’ She just perked up! We watch it together.”

“I would love to do ‘American Idol,’” Jackson said. “I would love to be a judge on that show. I think I would do well with (Simon).”

“It means a lot to be down here to be able to provide something, to help the people that really need this the most. It’s one of the causes that my brother supported, so I’m very, very happy to be a part of this and to continue that for him,” she said. “I feel like I’m fulfilling his wishes.”

“It’s very heartbreaking. It really is,” she said. “We’re doing well. It’s very difficult for everybody.”


Ja-Tail/Bungalo/Universal Releases La Toya Jackson Single Home on iTunes Today With Proceeds Going to AIDS Project LA

Home is La Toya's Tribute to Michael Jackson and the Jackson Family

LOS ANGELES, July 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Home, a song co-written and co-produced by La Toya Jackson and Jeffre Phillips and sung by La Toya Jackson, was written with affection about her childhood memories and based on the premise that no matter where you are or what you are going through in your life, you can always go Home. The label had been planning on releasing another single from the album on this date, but with the passing of La Toya's brother, Michael, the label approached La Toya and Ja-Tail Records about releasing Home instead. La Toya decided if the song was to be released it would be with all the proceeds going to Michael's philanthropic causes.

Michael personally supported and donated to APLA, and it was a charity that he believed in. Therefore, Bungalo/Universal partnered with them by offering all of the download's proceeds to be donations to APLA.

Bungalo President Paul Ring comments on the release, "We felt that to move forward releasing La Toya's album as planned without recognizing Michael's tragic passing was inappropriate. After consulting with La Toya, we decided that both Bungalo and Ja-Tail Records would not earn any profit, but rather donate all of our time, energy, and proceeds to one of MJ's favorite charities, APLA. We feel that the song and La Toya are amazing and to be able to raise awareness and funds for this organization is exactly what Michael would have approved of!"

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