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Michael Jackson was Crowned King of Dance

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Initial post: Feb 23, 2011 8:18:38 AM PST
Julie says:
The induction ceremony was an extension of a gala the previous evening called the National Museum of Dance Tribute to Michael Jackson. Tickets were $300. They included admission to the induction, which alone cost $50. Fans and attendees stepped into the museum through an elegant entryway of black-and-gold drapes.They were immediately offered a glass of champagne and were treated to Michael Jackson videos and dance tributes, including by dancers Iraida Volodina and Ricardo Sopin, ("Dancing with the Stars,") and twin Argentinean duo Martin and Facundo Lombard, (Step Up 3D), before a trophy was presented.

Accepting on behalf of his brother was Marlon Jackson. In his acceptance remarks, Marlon told attendees about how he and Michael would visit children's hospitals at the height of their fame to entertain sick children, and how they had given back to the fans that supported them throughout the years.

"He loved to dance," said Marlon Jackson. "We all love to dance. I mean we all started out dancing and singing and learning from some of the greats; like the James Brown the Jackie Wilson, the Fred Astaires. We used to watch them all the time. And then he took it to a different level."

No doubt Jackson was a phenomenal dancer, emoting his exuberance as he moved with precision and passion. Jackson loved his work, and it showed.
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