Jackson 5 exhibition opens in US
A Jackson 5 exhibition has opened at the Motown Historical Museum in Detroit, marking the one-year anniversary of Michael Jackson's death.
The public can view photographs, awards and uniforms the group wore throughout their career.
Museum chief curator Lina Stephens said the exhibition celebrates the life of the King of Pop - who died on June 25, 2009 - and acknowledges the Jackson 5's "contribution to the Motown story".
It will be open until October.
No official programme is set up for the anniversary of the star's death, but Stephens said the public are welcome to go and pay their respects.