Friday, January 8, 2010

MJ impersonators

In the memory of Michael Jackson, we put present a few, who, over the years have not only shot to fame by impersonating the King of Pop but have also copied the superstar's every move... (AGENCIES)
MJ impersonator from India.. one of the best Michael Jackson impersonators in the world. Jerry does all the MJ signature moves with perfection.

Paul Rizzo, who has been impersonating Jackson since 1995 at the age of 13, performs a tribute show called 'Jackson Magic' and is regarded as one of the top Michael Jackson impersonators in the world.

F.H. has been a Thriller, Bad and even Dangerous! He continues to make history with the past, present and future. F.H. has been impersonating the "King Of Pop" since 1988. Having graced many local and worldwide events, F.H. has performed at numerous benefits and conventions. He even co-hosted a Michael Jackson concert ticket give-away in his home town of Dallas. F.H. has also given many televised interviews and performances. As for local commercial appearances, Pepsi and Pro-Line are on his list.

DW is another impersonator of MJ who is a dedicated performer. As a young teenage boy with a dream to be like Jackson he has amazed the audiences with his abundant talent. (AGENCIES)
Devra Gregory has portrayed the King of Pop since the year 2000, thrilling audiences with her dynamic performances. As an impersonator, not a look-alike, she completely transforms her appearance through the use of make-up, costuming and character portrayal. Devra then takes the process one step further as a "gender illusionist."

E'CASANOVA is an actor who, when dressed up, delivers the most compelling, authentic and jaw dropping rendition of Michael Jackson the world has ever seen...say the experts in national and international reviews. He appeared as Michael Jackson's photo double in The Who Is It movie short where he's actually featured on camera as Michael Jackson.

Joby is The Worlds Greatest Michael Jackson Impersonator Personally Approved by "The King Of Pop" and Has Appeared on the Cover Of Rolling Stone.

It has been said earlier that there is only one Michael Jackson impersonator that can truly send a shiver down your spine when you see him on stage. That's Navi! .Navi has worked extensively with Michael Jackson. He was also present at the press launch for the concert announcements at Londons O2. He says Jackson's leagacy will be as big as Elvis and the Beatles.

Since 1984, T.M. has thrilled audiences all over the world with his uncanny impression of Michael Jackson. Simply known as T.M., he has performed his act with a live band and a troupe of dancers.

Hrithik Roshan's dance moves in 'Krazzy 4' were a direct lift from Michael Jackson's Thriller-Smooth Criminal combo moves. Hrithik tries his best, but his performance in the title song is not a patch on MJ's dancing skills.
Another actor/dancer who started off by impersonating MJ step-by-step is our very own Govinda. Almost all his filmi dance numbers were inspired by Michael Jackson's dance moves. Govinda's copycat act was evident from his first movie 'Ilzaam'. The only difference was that the bulky Govinda could not do it as effortlessly as the slender Jackson.

Even Bollywood songsters and muscians are not far away when it comes to getting 'inspirated' by the King of Pop. A R Rahman's music video 'Maa Tujhe Salaam' had the same windswept hair, open arms... images that are oh-so Michael Jackson!
Justin Timberlake has been noticeably dancing and singing like the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. In his video 'Cry Me a River', Justin even dressed like Jacko.
80's superstar Mithun Chakraborty, got the label Disco King of Bollywood after performing numerous dance sequences that were inspired by Michael Jackson. MJ inspired Mithun to become B'wood's disco sensation.
Dance whizkid Prabhu Deva, also known as the Indian Micheal Jackson, came to limelight after aping the star's moves in the song 'Muqabala..'. The Southern sensation did managing to do the pelvis thrusts like MJ, but he missed out on the 'cool' quotient.

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