I love MJ

My fav facial expressions from short films
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michael-jackson-angel

dancingmachin3:

the girl is mine recording bts

dancingmachin3:

the girl is mine recording bts

kushandwizdom:

The Good Vibe

kushandwizdom:

The Good Vibe

expressionsofpassion:

Pluto, Michael Jackson, Minnie Mouse & Sidney Poitier.

Michael Jackson – Prime position in my pantheon of musical heroes and the most iconic cultural figure of all time in regards to my life. Coming from an atheist background I genuinely believe that at an early age he was the only person / bloke that I saw of as different or higher to others; yet oddly felt like he was one of my own, divinely connected. His production techniques are all over our music.

I remember once, I was sat in front of the TV – I must have been about six – and my dad’s mates are all welders. They were sat behind me watching a video of Michael Jackson. And they were expressing their opinions about how alien he was, how unrelatable he was. And I remember thinking to myself: ‘Well, I’m a lot more like him than I am like you.’
- Matt Healy from the 1975 speaking about Michael Jackson (via lacienegasmiled)
dancingmachin3:

say,say,say recording bts

dancingmachin3:

say,say,say recording bts

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Announcing the ‪#‎XscapeToVegas‬ contest! Want to win a trip to Las Vegas for the ultimate Michael Jackson fan weekend?

Upload a video to Instagram about why you deserve the trip, share it with #XscapeToVegas, and you’re entered! Click below for full details.

http://www.michaeljackson.com/us/home

via Michael Jackson FB Page and michaeljackson.com

The Black or White single and short film, in it’s self is filled with Social/Political statements and imagery by Michael. In the final sequence he turns into a black panther as a symbol of anger towards racism, the dance sequences shows how he wanted to destroy all the world’s hate just with his dance…. The black panther. It’s a reference to the black panther party of the 60’s and 70’s.

Paris and Prince Jackson singing a song to their late father Michael Jackson

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