The King of Pop has returned to the states -- for at least a year.
According to Michael Jackson's manager, the singer has signed a lease on a Bel Air mansion near Los Angeles so he could be "where all the action is".
Built in 2002, the home is reportedly a French chateau style estate with seven bedrooms, thirteen bathrooms, a theatre, wine cellar and tasting room and 12 fireplaces.
The Los Angeles Times has confirmed that Jackson is paying nearly $100,000 a month for the lease which has been inked for a year.
Jackson's new digs become his first stateside since the sale of his Neverland Ranch in 2008.