|Amazing hologram of Michael Jackson. The producers of the Billboard Music Awards managed to have the legendary singer perform.|
Again, I do not watch awards shows. I find them boring.
I don't care for multimillionaires.
I don't care for celebrities who always manage to make the news.
I don't care about celebrities getting married or divorced.
I don't care about actresses or women in the news getting pregnant.
I don't care about celebrities going from lover to lover.
I don't care about celebrities showing off their new hairstyles.
I don't care celebrities who make their "coming out" parties a tabloid event.
I don't care about celebrities and their personal drug problems.
I don't care about celebrities making their love lives the public's business.
I don't care about this stuff.
One thing that manage to grab the junk food media was the performance by a legend.
Michael Jackson performed live at the Billboard Music Awards to the amazement of those in the audience.
Yeah, this new thing going around. They resurrect the dead.
It's shocking and very amazing. They managed to create a hologram of the legendary King Of Pop.
The Billboard Music Awards is an honor given by Billboard, a publication and music popularity chart covering the music business. The Billboard Music Awards show had been held annually since 1989 in December until it went dormant in 2007. The awards returned in 2011 and has been held annually in May since.
Billboard reports that the Michael Jackson performance on the 2014 Billboard Music Awards was the result of nearly half a year of planning, choreography and filming, not to mention the development of new technology. Producers of the Billboard Music Awards did not see even a portion of the film until eight days before the broadcast.
Jackson, in hologram form, performed "Slave to the Rhythm" midway through Sunday night's show with a five-piece band and 16 dancers live onstage. Jackson appeared in gold jacket, white T-shirt and brick red trousers on a set modeled on the art work for the album "Dangerous," an appropriate choice as the track was recorded in 1991 with L.A. Reid and Babyface during the sessions for that album. Released this week on "XSCAPE," which is neck-and-neck with the new Black Keys album for No. 1 on the Billboard 200 next week, the track was produced by Timbaland.
Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009 and the junk food media went live. From east to west, from ocean to ocean, people didn't expect him to pass away.