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It's a good week to be a high school senior.

First, Paris Gray got away with one of the wittiest yearbook quotes in recent memory, using the periodic table to send an important message to her graduating class.

And now the following student has gone viral with one of the best Michael Jackson impressions you'll ever see. Seriously, people. EVER.

His name is Brett Nichols. He attends Pitman High School in Turlock, California. And you need to watch this video. (Prepare for a moonwalk around the three-minute mark.)

Your move, Justin Timberlake and/or Justin Bieber.

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The 2014 Billboard Music Awards 2014 have come and gone and today we're all a'Twitter with talks about the performances that took place in Las Vegas.

Specifically, who had the best performance at the Billboard Music Awards? In case you missed it, here are Sunday evening's performances in all their glory.

Lorde Billboard Music Awards Performance 2014
Lorde performs "Tennis Court" at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards.

The Michael Jackson hologram definitely turned a head or two, as the King of Pop danced from the Great Beyond thanks to the use of computers and technology.

And then there was that Miley Cyrus monstrosity where she completely embarrassed the memory of The Beatles via satellite while in their mother land!!

Yikes, Miley!

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The Michael Jackson hologram that "performed" at the Billboard Music Awards was the talk of the event, but would the King of Pop himself approve?

At least one member of his family overwhelmingly believes he would.

"I'd been hearing about the hologram, and people were talking about it, but to see it with my own eyes was incredible, amazing," Michael's brother Jackie said.

"When he got up and started walking around  ... oh, my God, then when he started dancing? Unbelievable," the 63-year-old Jackson continued.

"It took me back. If Michael were here he would say thumbs up!"

As promised, MJ was brought back in lifelike form, singing and Moonwalking to recently released "Slave to the Rhythm" from the singer's posthumous album.

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The Billboard Music Awards featured a performance by a Michael Jackson hologram Sunday, leaving fans stunned at how realistically the King of Pop's legacy lives.

Jackson, or the holographic incarnate of Jackson, performed "Slave to the Rhythm," a song from his new posthumous album Xscape. Watch in awe below:

Reminiscent of the Tupac hologram performance alongside Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre at Coachella in 2012, the King of Pop looked like he was right there.

One of the greatest entertainers ever digitally danced (moonwalk included) and sang onstage as if he never left us in 2009 after suffering cardiac arrest.

It was awesome, even if we were looking for it heading into the music extravaganza.

The surprise was spoiled late last week after a lawsuit surfaced claiming product infringement and briefly describing a Michael Jackson hologram performance.

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Justin Timberlake, the driving force behind "Love Never Felt So Good," said it was always a dream to make a song with his musical idol Michael Jackson.

Now, albeit posthumously for Michael, Justin has realized the dream and produced a video with the late, great King of Pop as well. And it's a good one:

Four minutes long, the video is an obvious homage to Jackson, featuring clips from his past music videos and dancers’ imitating his dance moves.

"Love Never Felt So Good" is part of the album Xscape, featuring MJ’s singing alongside some of the biggest stars today, such as Timberlake and Mary J. Blige.

"Even when Michael was alive, we never stopped working on the song 'Xscape,'" said producer Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins of the new slate of recordings.

"It was one of the songs where he specifically said to me, 'It has to see the light of day one day.' Everyone did a really great job on this project," he said.

What do you think of Jackson and Justin's new song, and video?

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Earlier today, The Daily Beast reported that former child actor James Safechuck has accused Michael Jackson of molesting him when he was between the ages of 10 and 15 years old. 

Now more details of the allegations are emerging, as Safechuck's lawyer, Maryann Marzano, has spoken to TMZ and revealed that MJ kept him out of school in order to abuse him.

"If there is still any question about the predatory nature of Michael Jackson's so-called 'friendships' with young boys," Marzano says. "It should be laid to rest by the indisputable facts of what Michael did to James Safechuck."

Marzano also adds that Jackson behaved in a compulsively "narcissistic" fashion and had a 10-year-old Safechuck withdrawn from school so he would be available for Jackson to molest him.

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James Safechuck, a former child star who appeared alongside Michael Jackson in a 1987 Pepsi commercial is now reportedly accusing the legendary pop singer of sexually molesting him.

The Daily Beast has identified Safechuck as the new claimant in an ongoing lawsuit against Jackson.

The Wade Robson-Michael Jackson molestation trial has been underway for over a year now, and while court files remain sealed, a source has apparently revealed to The Daily Beast that Safechuck is now involved in the case.

His testimony could prove very damaging to the Jackson side's argument:

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Michael Jackson's posthumous single "Love Never Felt So Good" dropped last night at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, whose inaugural telecast aired on NBC.

Some Michael Jackson fans were understandably skeptical, even angry about a new "contemporized" posthumous album that might sully the artist’s legacy.

They might be pleasantly surprised after hearing "Love Never Felt So Good," Epic Records' lead single from Xscape. Take a listen and decide for yourself:

With producers Timbaland, Justin Timberlake, and Jerome “J-Roc” Harmon manning the control board, the orchestration overpowers Jackson a bit at times.

On the flip side, the trio did an superb job of mixing Timberlake’s voice - did you catch it on the background vocals? - in harmony with the King of Pop's.

The disco-heavy sound reminiscent of his breakthrough album Off the Wall is no shock, as Jackson initially wrote the song in with Paul Anka in 1983.

It's not his best, but if this is indicative of what Michael Jackson left on the cutting room floor, it makes his untimely death in 2009 that much more tragic.

He clearly had a lot of memorable work ahead of him. Usher helped debut the song, dancing to it at the inaugural iHeartRadio Music Awards. Watch:

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When Debbie Rowe got engaged to music producer Marc Schaffel earlier this month, few knew the man's connection to her late ex-husband Michael Jackson.

Formerly the official videographer at Jackson’s Neverland Ranch, he was named as a co-conspirator in Jackson’s 2004 child molestation indictment.

Debbie Rowe and Marc Schaffel

The two men were so close that Jackson wrote a dedication to him in 2001’s Invincible, reading, “Marc Schaffel… Thank you for all your help. I love you.”

Their bond was such that despite Schaffel’s total lack of experience, Jackson handed him the reins to oversee his 9/11 single “What More Can I Give.”

As Schaffel’s relationship with Jackson came under the spotlight, however, gay porn director Paul Barresi took notice and revealed his own link to Schaffel.

Working under the name “Marc Frederics,” the man who would one day get engaged to Debbie Rowe directed dozens of gay porn videos in the 80s and 90s.

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Nose jobs in Hollywood are like Starbucks everywhere else. Everywhere you turn, you see one. Or at least that's how it seems.

For some celebrities, nose jobs are no big deal. For others, like Dirty Dancing'​s Jennifer Grey, they're career enders. (Nobody shoulda put Baby on an O.R. table!)

And then there are those for whom nose jobs are gateway surgeries to never being able to recognize the nose-owner's face and body again.

Celebs like Heidi Montag and Joan Rivers are as famous for their plastic surgery love as they are for anything else. But then there are some famous faces whose work is so subtle you might wonder if it's camera trickery or photoshop! 

Here are 11 celebrity nose jobs you have to see!

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Alexis Bellino, formerly a member of The Real Housewives of Orange County, can't hide the fact that she had a nose job. Her "sinus surgery" was part of Season 7.

Michael Jackson Biography

Michael Jackson mug shot Michael Jackson was the King of Pop, with the best-selling album of all-time and more than a dozen massive hits. After years of physical... More »
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Gary, Indiana
Full Name
Michael Joseph Jackson
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