Michael Jackson Hologram Performs At Billboard Music Awards

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Michael Jackson Hologram Performs At Billboard Music Awards

At Sunday night’s Billboard Music Awards, a hologram of the late singer Michael Jackson performed the song “Slave to the Rhythm” from his posthumous album, Xscape. What do you think?

  • “Bringing MJ back as a dancing hologram five years after his death is exactly the kind of closure I needed.”

    Karl Wood
    Automotive Journalist
  • “He was robbed of a normal childhood by his father and robbed of a normal adulthood by celebrity, so I guess it makes sense that we should deny him death, too.”

    Rachel Urban
    Systems Analyst
  • “It must have been inspiring for all the other pop stars in attendance to see what awaits them.”

    Jason Thirlby
    Home Theater Technician
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