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High School Kid Nails Michael Jackson Dance At Talent Show [VIDEO]

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It has been almost five years since Michael Jackson passed away.  But his music and dance moves continue to amaze!  A kid at Pitman High School in California shows off some of MJ’s best moves at a talent show.

Over the years there have been many people who have copied Michael Jackson’s dance moves.  While there will never be another King of Pop, this kid did a better job than the hologram at the Billboard awards.  LOL.  Out of all the talent shows I’ve ever seen, I’ve never seen anybody do this!

Take a look and see how this kid nails these dance moves!  I bet it took a lot of practice to get a moonwalk like that.

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