Not even death can keep Michael Jackson from the stage.
The King of Pop's siblings are reportedly planning a series of tribute shows at London's O2 arena that will incorporate some of the 100 hours of footage from his "This Is It" concert tour rehearsals, according to the New York Post.
Citing unnamed family sources, the Post reported that members of the Jackson 5 -- Tito, Jermaine, Jackie, Marlon and even sisters Janet and La Toya Jackson -- had signed on for at least five performances.
The first show would likely be on July 13, when Michael was supposed to kick off a 50-gig finale tour, the paper reported.
"We might do the 13th or a date in August with Jan and Toya," a family member told the paper. "We may rehearse after the funeral. It'll be good and we'll do it right for Michael."
Father Joe Jackson reportedly came up with the idea -- which would give him the distinction of launching the King of Pop's rise to fame and posthumous career, according to the Post.