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What does Michael Jackson really sound like?

Author Diane Dimond says the singer has a deeper voice than you think
/ Source: Access Hollywood

Access Hollywood recently sat down with Court TV's Diane Dimond, as she shared some shocking revelations about the King of Pop.

The first one – Michael's high-pitched voice is not his real voice.

“Michael Jackson has a big, deep voice,” Dimond revealed. “Somewhere in there, especially if you bring him bad news or if you make him mad, his voice gets very, very deep.”

This is just one of the many claims in Diane's new book “Be Careful Who You Love” — the title taken from a line of Michael's song “Billie Jean.”

Diane said she witnessed one voice incident in person.

“I was there one day when someone asked him about Gloria Allred, the attorney that has sort of dogged him and turned around in one foul swoop and said ‘She can go to hell’ in this big, deep masculine voice.”

Michael's close friends Liza Minelli and David Gest agree with Dimond, telling Larry King back in 2002 they also heard Michael's voice change during a phone conversation.

But, according to Dimond, his voice isn't the only thing Jackson changes, as she says there might even be some looks we've never seen.

“I quote a source in the book who says long ago, and I'm talking back in the early 90s, she was a bedroom maid and in the bedroom closet there were racks of disguises, wigs and false teeth,” Dimond claims. “And there was a tray of prosthetic noses that he would wear, that he had to wear to cover up the surgical scars.”

In regards to Diane's book, Michael Jackson's spokesperson told Access Hollywood: “Diane Diamond's assertions warrant no response.”