For me, it would be Michael Jackson because I had been a HUGE fan of him for almost 9 years. I was in Greece when he passed away and my mother got an e-mail from my uncle who told her the depressing news. He told her to tell me about it because he knew how much I liked him. When she came and told me, I thought it was a complete joke and another one of those lies that the National Enquirer and other tabloid papers would make up. But in the end, it was all true and I wanted to cry so bad after I heard about what happened to him, but I couldn't. I watched some parts of the funeral on YouTube and was amazed at how his daughter Paris got the chance to talk to the people who were at the memorial about who Michael Jackson was as a father. To this day, I felt bad for this little girl even though she's still in her pre-teen years. I'm glad that Michael's mother Katherine got the opportunity to be the new guardian of the kids and I'm hoping that she takes good care of them really well and possibly as much as Michael had done. R.I.P. to the one and only King Of Pop, Rock & Soul. You're still truly missed by the millions of fans worldwide who had loved and admired you during your life and our love to you will live on for many generations to come.