Sheryl Crow spent over a year on the road as one of Michael Jackson's backing singers back in the '80s -- and her memories are far from fond.
Sheryl, who's promoting what she calls her "final" album, tells Britain's Guardian that she got intensely bad vibes about Jacko's relationships with young boys. She says, “I happened to turn on CNN the morning after [the Leaving Neverland documentary] aired, and they showed clips of the young man who was on the Jackson tour with us and it made me...it was like a death in the family.
"[James Safechuck] was a great kid and the whole time he was with us -- which was the better half of an 18-month tour -- I always wondered, ‘What in the world are his parents doing?’ I’m sad, and I’m mad at a lot of people. I feel like there was just a huge network of people that allowed all that to go on. It’s just tragic.”