This morning's "Coffee Talk" is dominated by memories of Michael Jackson. Julien's Auctions is holding a Michael Jackson auction, selling off the late pop star's famous 1984 Victory Tour glove, several portraits, furniture and more. Dr. Conrad Murray's lawyer claims his client did not administer a fatal overdose of propofol to MJ. Alleged Jamaican drug lord Christopher "Dudus" Coke has been extradited to New York and will appear in court today. Plus, if you're a fan of Yves Saint Laurent's Opium you'll love the fragrance's hipper little sister.

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Jun, 25, 2010

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  • On the anniversary of his passing, some of Michael Jackson's prized possessions will be auctioned off at Julien's Auctions in Las Vegas, Nevada. Items include the glove he wore during the 1984 Victory tour, a pair of sunglasses he gifted to Corey Feldman, the jacket he wore in his private wedding to Debbie Rowe and more. [TMZ]
  • Apple got it right this time, reviews claim. The iPhone 4 is the best version ever. There is that whole reception thing, but Steve Jobs says you're just not holding it right. [CR][TIME]
  • Famous tap dancer Savion Glover received a not so nice review from NY Times dance critic Alistair Macaulay for his new show, "SoLE PoWER." [NYT]
  • Rapper Fat Joe has been cleared of sexual assault charges filed last weekend by a 33-year-old Madison, Wisconsin woman. [CNN]
  • Yves Saint Laurent is remixing a classic fragrance for the younger generation with its upcoming release of Belle D'Opium. [HP]
  • Alleged Jamaican drug lord Christopher "Dudus" Coke has been extradited to New York City, where he'll face drug and drug trafficking charges. Coke did not challenge the extradition and said he was leaving Jamaica "with a heavy heart." [NYDN]
  • Michael Jackson's family, with the exception of his mother Katherine and children Prince, Paris and Blanket, will head to Forest Lawn Cemetery this morning to pay their respects. [TMZ]
  • Dr. Conrad Murray's lawyer hinted his client wasn't the one who gave the late Pop King the infamous fatal overdose of propofol. [CNN]