Unseen footage of Michael Jackson on a late night Harrods shopping spree and acting as Uri Geller’s best man is to be seen for the first time.

The videos, from Geller’s private archive, also feature the late singer’s visits to Exeter City Football Club.

The psychic said the hour-long ITV1 documentary was an attempt to show the ‘real’ Jackson. It is expected to be sold around the world.

The scenes to be included in My Friend Michael Jackson: Uri’s Story has not previously been broadcast and includes shots of his infamous midnight shopping outings. He was said to spend hundreds of thousands of pounds during regular blow-outs.

Former I’m A Celebrity contestant Geller will also add his own recollections of conversations with Jackson and the controversies which engulfed him.

He said: “This is the real Michael Jackson, the way that just a handful of friends were privileged to see him – relaxed, witty, loving, smart, sincere and genuine.

“This film gives audiences around the world the opportunity to experience the reality of life with Michael.”

Geller, who invited Jackson to be best man when he renewed his wedding vows, added: “I’m thrilled that we were able to record this footage, because it focuses on one of those very rare crossovers when entertainment becomes history, of great importance to hundreds of millions of people.

“It breaks my heart that the world has lost such a beautiful human being, a brother to everyone and a friend whom I was proud to call my brother – thankfully he is not completely lost, because we have his music and our memories. And my clearest memories of all are captured on this videotape.”