Jackson To Thrill Vegas?

Michael Jackson may be singing for his supper.

Jackson is reportedly considering a Las Vegas residency as part of a plan to repay $23 million to Colony Capital, the private equity firm that bought the loan on Neverland, according to Reuters.

Colony, a major shareholder in the Station Casinos chain, owns the Las Vegas Hilton.

The residency is one of several options being considered by Jackson and Capital, according to the New York Times.

Jackson, who lives about 60 miles from Vegas, considered a Vegas gig in 2007, reportedly incorporating a 50-foot-robot replica of himself, to wander around the Las Vegas desert shooting laser beams, as a marketing centerpiece.