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Thursday, 2 July 2009

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A Lifetime Performance

A young Michael Jackson impersonator brought down the house at the Bellagio last night with three solid hours that span the whole life of Michael Jackson.

"He could do the moon walk, the up on the toes stop and everything", stated one customer.

"I was in tears at such a show. It was Fabulous! Michael himself would have been proud, although, possibly jealous."

The Bellagio had advertised the artist, Joe Michaels, heavily and the place was filled, even at $750 a ticket. Many agreed that this was the best impersonation they had ever seen, of Elvis or anybody else.

"It was as if Michael Jackson had walked up there on stage", stated another. They must have found some of the people who had danced with Michael before. This thing was wonderful! No way to describe it."

"With the wig and make-up, I'm still not 100% that that WASN'T Michael Jackson that I used to see several years ago", stated a lifelong Jackson fan.

That was just a sampling of what went on last night. Even the heart attack at the end drew a standing ovation and then, there was complete silence as the doctor kept giving him shots and they kept trying to revive him.

Too bad that they can do only do it one time. Most left saying they were sending flowers to Joe Michaels funeral in his home town in Texas.

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