London, UK - Many of popular music's royalty were attending Elton John's AIDS foundation 'White Tie & Tiara' ball at Old Windsor when events surrounding the death of 'The King of Pop', Michael Jackson, became known.
Said female Sri Lankan singer and tunesmith, Bahnu Vishnibulatulanatofagitabangbang, who attended the event,
"..I was sitting by myself, minding my own business, having some Naan bread and salsa, sipping on some mineral water, when all of the sudden, Sir Elton got up on the stage and his leg started kicking out wildly, like a dog in heat. It was quite strange and didn't think much about it, so I went back to my meal."
The same mysterious display was also recalled by Canadian Inuit performance dancer Iktoo Glad-Football,
"Yes, I saw it too. It was particularly disturbing to me as I was just in the middle of giving a demonstration of the game of Aratsiaq, or high kick, I attempt to kick an object suspended at a height far higher than my head. Well Mr. John's display completely threw me and I ended up with a pulled hamstring. So I got my doctor to give me a shot of Demerol. Heh-heh-heh."
At the end of the evening, one of the more prominent artists, who prefers to remain nameless, actually approached Sir Elton to get his version of the events.
The anonymous source stated,
"Well, so I goes up to Sir Elton and asked him what the funky moves were all about and he tells me 'Oh...that. I had this strange tingling in one of me man tonsils and I thought at first it was me skivvies riding up me bum. Turns out it was Michael Jackson sending me greetings from the great beyond, or that's what Uri Geller told me anyway. Isn't that amazing? Ha..ha..ha..ha.."