Egyptian Statue Resembles Michael Jackson
Posted on September 5, 2009
This Egyptian statue of a woman kept at the Field Museum in Chicago bears an uncanny resemblance to the late singer Michael Jackson. The statue was carved sometime during Egypt's New Kingdom Period - from 1550 BC to 1050 BC. NBC Chicago says Michael Jackson probably never got a chance to see the statue, which has been on display at the museum since 1988. If he did see it, perhaps it inspired his many plastic surgeries.