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PR: G Boys Entertainment announced today they will begin casting for a new televised reality talent competition, searching for the best Michael Jackson impersonator. “Fakin’ It!” will follow look-a-likes as they participate in exciting physical challenges pertaining to mastering a career as a tribute star. The premiere season, subtitled “Man in the Mirror”, will search for the best King of Pop. The winner will be awarded a cash prize of $25,000.
"Fakin’ It! Man in the Mirror” will launch its nationwide search with auditions in New York City on Wednesday, September 9th at Manhattan’s Center Stage Theatre (48 West 21st St, 4th FL; 212-929-2228). Call time is 10am. After New York, auditions will be held in Los Angeles on September 15 at the International Dance Academy (6755 Hollywood Blvd., 2nd Floor) in Hollywood.
Pictured here: Leading Michael Jackson impersonator Carlo Riley. Two more after the jump:
The inmates of Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center in the Philippines are at it again...this time performing a thrilling rendition of Michael Jackson's "Dangerous". The tributes continue...
I had no idea that Michael Jackson was the mastermind behind his sister Rebbie's 1984 hit single "Centipede." But I discovered tonight that after Michael's mega-success with Thriller, he was given the chance to write and produce, and made "Centipede" his first project. The song subsequently went gold and reached #4 on the R&B charts.
Listening to it now, it's so unmistakably Michael's music...and his voice (listen to the high-pitched 'Centipeeeede'). The song is a little odd but I love the chorus (@ 1:50). Give it a listen!
I was just watching an interview with Michael Jackson - where he said that of all the songs he's ever written, "Childhood" was his most honest. "Listen to the words," he said. Then you'll understand him.
I am totally at a loss as to what to say about Michael's passing. His music has been such a huge part of my life, just as it has for countless millions. There hasn't been a stage or an age in my life that his music didn't affect and the memories I have that are tied to his songs are countless. The only thing I have, that we all have, is that his music lives on. And so do the memories. RIP.