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Teen Performs Awesome Michael Jackson Dance at Talent Show [Video]

I’ve been seeing this video pop up on Facebook all day. It’s a video of highlights from a talent show at Pitman High School in Turlock, CA. The only highlight I needed to see, though was one student’s performance of Michael Jackson’s “Billy Jean”. He completely stole the show.

Brett Nichols is a junior at Pitman High and he even managed to nail the moonwalk to take home the top prize in the talent show.

I’ve been trying to learn how to moonwalk for years. YEARS. And even my best efforts end up making me look like I’m possibly having some sort of seizure.

Props to you, Brett!

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