'Michael Jackson would have definitely worked with Justin Bieber', producer claims

Rodney 'Darkchild' Jenkins says the King Of Pop and Canadian sensation would have definitely collaborated

'Michael Jackson would have definitely worked with Justin Bieber', producer claims

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Producer Rodney 'Darkchild' Jenkins has said he firmly believes that Michael Jackson would have contributed to Justin Bieber's new album 'Believe' had he been alive to do so.

Jenkins, who worked on Jackson's 2001 album 'Invincible' and also on 'Believe', says that he believes a collaboration would definitely have happened.

Speaking to Evolution: The Road To Believe, a Justin Bieber magazine released with the album, Jerkins said: "I think if Michael Jackson was alive I would have been able to make a meeting happen and actually get them to do something together."

Bieber released 'Believe' on Monday (June 18) and is set to battle it out with Cheryl Cole to try and score this week's Number One album.

Earlier this month (June 7), meanwhile, the singer inspired 300 "hysterical" girls to descend upon the ITV studios in London as they tried to catch a glimpse of him recording Alan Carr's Summer Specstacular - just days after the teen heartthrob had been left with a concussion after he knocked himself out by walking into a glass wall (June 1).

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