The world famous Jackson family arrived at the tomb of Michael Jackson to pay tribute to the King of Pop on the one-year anniversary of his death.
RadarOnline.com captured video of superstar Janet Jackson and her brothers Randy, Jermaine and Tito showing up for the memorial service at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park just outside of Los Angeles.
Hundreds of devoted fans cried as they saw the superstar’s siblings arriving at the grand mausoleum, where his body has been laid to rest.
The occassion was also marked with a wrongful death lawsuit patriach Joe Jackson filed in a Los Angeles court.
Wearing all black and looking somber, Janet and Jermaine did not speak a word as they walked up the steps to the service.
Tito on the other hand – who sported a dark hat and sunglasses - acknowledged fans by waving and taking their hands.
“I love the fans,” he said as he flashed a brave smile for the cameras.
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Jermaine was the last to arrive and although he hid behind a pair of dark sunglasses, he was clearly prepared for some tears as he carried a tissue in his hand.
Jackson’s parents did not attend and his children are currently vacationing in Hawaii. Katherine held a memorial service in Michael’s hometown of Gary, Indiana.
The special service was planned to allow the public to pay their respects at the historical cemetery in Glendale, California.
Although they were not allowed inside the memorial service hundreds of fans turned up with flowers, photos and wreaths to lie outside.
Jackson died on June 25th 2010 after suffering a cardiac arrest at his Bel Air home.