Inside Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett’s Lives

The special new issue of Vanity Fair features two separate covers and delves into the lives of Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett, two icons who both died on June 25. Inside the mag, revealing early interviews with Michael shed light on his metamorphosis from Jackson Five child star to the King of Pop. Plus, Ryan O'Neal opens up about his tumultuous relationship with longtime love Farrah.

In the issue's MJ piece, contributing editor Lisa Robinson excerpts her notes and interview tapes with the late music icon from 1972 and 1989. Highlights include the results of a questionnaire that Robinson says Michael filled out at age 18, in which he reportedly wrote that his father Joe and "experience" gave him the most help career-wise; and that he wanted to wed "later in life" and have "20" kids, "adopted" of "all races."

Meanwhile, in the issue's candid Ryan O'Neal interview, the actor tells the mag: "I wish I could do it over with [Farrah]. I would have been much kinder, more understanding, more mature. I'd lose some of the savagery. I don't know how she got cancer; maybe some of it was me."

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