The star gets set to meet a number of MPs and peers on a sightseeing tour...

Michael Jackson will visit WESTMINSTER today (June 14) where he will meet a number of MPs and peers during a sightseeing tour.

The star will meet with Lord Chancellor Derry Irvine and also attend a birthday party for Britain’s first black cabinet minister Paul Boateng during the trip.

The visit has been organised by Michael Jackson‘s friend Uri Geller through his friend, the Labour Peer Lord Janner. Geller will accompany Michael Jackson around both Houses of Parliament, before boarding a private train to Exeter where Michael Jackson will address a crowd at Exeter City Football Club. Geller is co-chairmen at the lowly club and has convinced Michael Jackson and illusionist David Blane to appear today in a charity fundraiser.

Michael Jackson will not perform, but will “address” the crowd.

However, tickets for the show remain unsold as people do not believe Michael Jackson will show up. At present, 2,000 of the 10,000 available are still going begging. The club are confident they’ll go by tonight.

Meanwhile, a crowd of around 1,000 people gathered outside HMV on London’s Oxford Street yesterday (June 13) when Michael Jackson dropped in for a surprise shopping trip. He bought DVDs, including one featuring himself, before he left under a police escort.