Michael Jackson tried to spy on U2 at the height of their pop rivalry.
The music icon apparently became obsessed with the Irish rock group following the success of their 1988 album 'The Joshua Tree' and so he attempted to send a private film crew to Dublin to tape U2 in the studio in order to uncover their secrets.
But Michael's plan was uncovered by U2's manager Paul McGuinness, who considered it to be a bit "creepy".
Lead singer Bono told The Sun newspaper: "Michael wanted to observe us in our natural habitat."
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