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Coffee Break with Liz and Kate » Headline, Read Full Article »’s right folks, MJ – the King of Pop – the singer that put the B in Bad – seems to have surfaced in the most unlikely of places – at a Fourth of July celebration barely more than a week ago.

I know what you must be thinking. “How can this be?!?” Well, don’t look to me for answers. I’m just the messenger, here. And I’m just as shocked as you people.

All I know is I received an email from someone who shall remain nameless. Let’s just say I know her very well. In fact, I’ve known her all my life. Heck, you could even call her a family member. But that’s neither here nor there. Suffice to say, she is a very reliable source.

On seeing the photos, my 8-year-old about dropped his teeth. “That’s impossible. Those couldn’t have been taken on this Fourth of July,”  he said. “Michael Jackson is dead!”

Is he?

Let’s just say my son called the “source” for more details. The source described the scene thusly: The crowd initially went silent at the sight of His Highness, Michael Jackson, taking the stage. Then they listened, screamed in delight, and, yes, even shed King-of-Pop-appropriate tears as countless fans the world over are prone to do on seeing a star, right there before their very eyes. But it gets better… His former father-in-law, the King – that’s right – Elvis the Pelvis – was there, too.

So without further ado, I submit to you the following evidence, and advise you that what you are about to see will really Rock your Bobin:

With that evidence, and remembering a picture is worth a thousand words – even you skeptics must admit this a real Thriller! As for whether or not this is the real Michael Jackson? Well, I’ll leave that up to you to decide. And I’ll also leave you with a song, just because I can. And of course, because he’s bad (bad, bad… really, really bad).


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