Talent shows at the secondary level provide a great venue for students to exhibit their mastery of a variety of disciplines.
One of the most efficient ways to get respect from one’s peers is to perform in front of a large audience, despite the fact that doing so can be quite nerve-wracking.
The young prodigy Brett Nichols stunned his peers, teachers, and onlookers with his rendition of “Billie Jean” by Michael Jackson.
The most impressive aspect of the teen’s dancing was the accuracy with which he imitated the King of Pop’s iconic maneuvers, virtually defying the laws of gravity – just as the King of Pop once did.
The amazing dance pushed the crowd into a frenzy, and they could not hold back their praise for Brett.
He dressed like Michael Jackson himself in a sharp black suit, a black hat, and white socks, which only served to enhance his incredible impersonation of the singer.
Brett’s seemingly easy dancing across the stage, especially when he imitated the ‘Bad’ singer’s distinctive motions, was the real show-stopper.
Over 42 million people around the world have watched Brett’s incredible dancing performance!
Brett’s immaculate moonwalk and gorgeous routine drew compliments from audience members of all stripes, who agreed that it took a lot of guts to perform.
Brett’s victory in the talent competition solidified his position as the most well-known dancer at his school.
After Brett first showed off his skills at Pitman High School in Turlock, California, he was given several opportunities to do so.
He was featured on mainstream media outlets like NBC, CNN, and ‘The View’ on ABC News.
To further demonstrate his love for the King of Pop’s legacy, he also dabbled with Michael Jackson tribute bands.
It warms my heart whenever I witness someone putting themselves out there to perform.
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