Psychic says he shouldn't have agreed to comeback tour

Uri Geller is struggling to come to terms with the sudden death of his close friend Michael Jackson.

The pop legend, 50, died of a suspected heart attack yesterday afternoon after doctors were unable to revive him.

‘He is my best friend. I just can’t believe,’ Uri admits.

‘He was in good shape. I’m not a doctor, but I can only assume he was under immense stresses and pressures, and you can ask any doctor, stress is a killer.’

Uri, 62, reckons Michael should never have agreed to perform 50 shows at London’s 02 Arena this summer.

‘The pressure of these concerts, putting under huge pressures, he was a perfectionist,’ Uri tells Sky News. ‘That could have been what did it. But that’s just my opinion.

‘I think it was a mistake to target 50 shows…3, 4, 5 maybe 10 shows is enough.’

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