Jacksons Forgive Chris

Jermaine Jackson says Chris Brown is forgiven for assaulting Rihanna. Not only that, the Jackson family definitely wants Chris to perform at Michael Jackson's tribute concert. Jermaine said that he and his family bear no grudge against Chris for the attack in February. When Jermaine was asked at a press conference today about whether he had any objections to Chris performing at the tribute event for his late brother, he replied: "No, not at all. Chris Brown has asked for forgiveness. He's a wonderful performer and during these times people need support." It may not be as simple as all that though. Actually getting to the gig could be tricky for Chris, because thebecause the concert will take place at Schoenbrunn Palace in Vienna, Austria. With Chris' conviction and community service obligations there may be restrictions on when and where he can travel. Jermaine explained: "He's working out the situation. "There's a question mark over whether he'll perform. It depends on the decision of the judge." Jermaine confirmed the concert will take place on Saturday 26th September, and said that if Chris does make it to the concert he's hoping to sing one of MJ's biggest tracks. "If he does perform he's requested to do Man In The Mirror or Thriller," Jermaine revealed. But Jermaine wasn't so keen to expand on the latest revelations surrounding his brother Michael's death which suggest it could have been homicide.He said simply: "If there was any foul play it will be dealt with accordingly." For a glimpse of what we can expect from Michael's tribute concert in Vienna, take a look back at the galaxy of stars who attended his memorial service below.