(news.sawf.org) - If Las Vegas dealmaker Jack Wishna is to be believed, former King of pop Michael Jackson has made up his mind to begin his career in the city again.
Talking to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Wishna said that the Thriller' star was leaving his self-imposed exile overseas to make a big comeback in the gambling mecca.
"We are working on several projects," the New York Daily News quoted him as telling the newspaper.
Jackson and his three children nine-year old Prince Michael, eight-year old Paris, and four-year old Prince Michael II arrived in Las Vegas on Saturday night from Ireland, where they have been living part-time in a castle.
Since his acquittal on child molestation charges in June 2005, Jackson has been sharing his time between Bahrain and Ireland.
His relocation back to the States is nothing less than a surprise for his fans, as just a day ago Jackson's father, Joe, had vowed that his son would never return to the country again.
Although Wishna has not revealed from where in the Las Vegas strip the Grammy-winner plans to restart his career, he believes that Jackson can become more popular than Celine Dion in Vegas.
"One of the greatest entertainers in the world is poised to return to the top of the entertainment world soon," Wishna said.