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You're looking at a person who is almost translucent." In one of the most memorable moments of Oprah's interview, Michael told her he had a skin disorder that destroyed the pigmentation of his skin. But what about all the millions of people who sit in the sun to become darker, to become other than what they are.
The disease, called vitiligo, was in his family, Michael said. When people make up stories that I don't want to be who I am, it hurts me," he said. Nobody says nothing about that." Michael told Oprah that he used makeup to control blotchiness, but that he had never purposely bleached his skin.
Disneyland, amusement parks, arcade games—I adore all that stuff because when I was little, it was always work, work, work." Looking back, Oprah says she realized in that moment that she had a fondness for Michael. I just wish I could understand my father."When Oprah asked Michael why Joe beat him, Michael wasn't entirely sure.
"He's very likable there, and I can tell you I really, really liked him," she says. I don't know him the way I'd like to know him," he said. "I don't know if I was his golden child or whatever it was. "There's been times when he'd come to see me, and I would get sick.
"So to be able to see him do that live and experience it, that was a little 'thriller' for me." Toward the end of her interview with Michael, Oprah talked with him about his life's purpose.
"Look in his eyes when he starts to talk about his father.When Oprah broached the subject, Michael wouldn't get into specifics but said he'd had less plastic surgery than people thought. Michael did admit to having a nose job, but said most of the cosmetic surgery rumors were false."I have never had my cheekbones done, never had my eyes done, never had my lips done," he said.On February 10, 1993, Oprah sat down with Michael Jackson for what would be the most-watched interview in television history.Michael, a fiercely private entertainer, had refused to give an interview for 14 years.