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On Thursday evening, "Piers Morgan Tonight" invited the Jacksons to the program for a rare and personal worldwide exclusive.
Joining Piers Morgan for their first interview since the 2009 death of Michael Jackson, older brothers Jermaine, Tito, Marlon, and Jackie revealed specific emotions about touring together for the first time in nearly 30 years:
"We're very excited, because there are so many songs," explained Jermaine Jackson. "There is songs that we know, like "Looking Through The Windows," that we performed with Michael, now we're doing it now."
For more information on the Jacksons 27-city, 2012 Summer Unity Tour, fans can visit the groups website: www.thejacksons.com.
Meanwhile, in the aftermath of Barack Obama's recent support of same-sex marriage, the host welcomed illusionist and author Penn Jillette for his unique candor and commentary:
"I don't think that marriage is the government's business. I don't know why sex and commitment and love is part of the government's job," said the 57-year-old Las Vegas regular.
Asked by the host if it's appropriate for the government to intervene when various sectors of society are excluded, the guest further clarified his position:
"Absolutely. Once you've had straight marriage you have to have gay marriage. And the slippery slope they talk about like "Oh, what if they want to do polygamy, and they want to do this?" I think that's all terrific. I'm in favor of the slippery slope. I think love is a good thing and commitment is a good thing and people should be able to make any life commitment to anyone they want, but I'm not sure that the government has to overview that and make that decision."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as the Jacksons open up about the upcoming concerts, and Jillette explains how he was forced into marriage.
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