Michael Jackson starts battle between Facebook, MySpace, Bebo users

Fans can win prizes by playing new online game

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Michael Jackson has launched a new online game which can be played on social networking sites Facebook, MySpace and Bebo, whch involves players mimicking Jackson's dance moves.

Fans can add the game as an application on the sites, then compete to win prizes including iPod Nanos. The top prize is a pair of round-the-world plane tickets or a plasma TV and Sony Playstation 3.

The Michael Jackson applications will be available from August 22, and will allow users from the rival networks to compete against each other.

Meanwhile the track-listing for the forthcoming Michael Jackson compilation, 'King Of Pop' (released August 25), has been confirmed.

Fans voted for which songs they would like to see make the album, with the final tracklisting as follows:

'Billie Jean'
'BAD'
'Smooth Criminal'
'Thriller'
'Black Or White'
'Beat It'
'Wanna Be Startin' Somethin''
'Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough'
'The Way You Make Me Feel'
'Rock With You'
'You Are Not Alone'
'Man In The Mirror'
'Remember The Time'
'Scream'
'You Rock My World'
'They Don't Care About Us'
'Earth Song'

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