MUMBAI: Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood and Usher will take part in a tribute to Michael Jackson at the Grammy awards next week and will also showcase a film created by Jackson for his 1995 hit ‘Earth Song‘.
Organisers of Grammy said that Jennifer Hudson and Smokey Robinson would also join in the Jackson tribute and will sing along with the voice of Jackson.
The 31 January Grammy ceremony in Los Angeles will also feature the first complete showing of a 3-D mini movie for ‘Earth Song‘ created by Jackson before his death last June.
Jackson, who won 13 Grammys and whose 1982 album ‘Thriller‘ is the biggest-selling album of all time, is to get a posthumous lifetime achievement Grammy this year.
Ehrlich said the five singers would perform along with Jackson‘s voice while the 4 1/2 minute film is projected on a screen behind them. The ‘Earth Song‘ film features a young girl who goes to sleep in a verdant forest and awakes to find it destroyed by environmental changes.