The Jackson Family Honors was a TV special in 1994 that was a tribute to actress Elizabeth Taylor and music mogul Berry Gordy and a benefit to raise funds for several charities. The Jackson Family Honors marked the first time the Jackson family had performed onstage together in two decades.
The program broadcasted on NBC three days after the taping. Michael Jackson drew a nearly five-minute standing ovation from a crowd of more than 12,000 during the taping of the television special benefit in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The show opened with a Michael Jackson video of his song "Leave Me Alone", which mocks his treatment by the press. "If You'd Only Believe" was the finale song for "The Jackson Family Honors" televised show in Las Vegas. Michael Jackson joined in the finale with his family and celebrity guests, singing "If You'd Only Believe." The guests included Elizabeth Taylor, Celine Dion, Bruce Hornsby, Gladys Knight, and Dionne Warwick.
The show raised money for charities including the entertainment industry's Earthquake Relief Fund.
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