The King of Pop became the 44th dancer/choreographer to be inducted into the National Museum of Dance Hall of Fame a few nights ago. As all other inductees have come from the world of ballet or modern dance, Jackson is the first ever figure from the world of Rock and Roll to be inducted.
As soft spoken as his brother, Marlon Jackson accepted the award in Michael's honor saying that he wished Michael could be there in person to accept it himself. Marlon said, "I'm proud of him for what he accomplished in his life. That he's being recognized for his ability, his musical ability and dance ability, makes me feel good inside."
( Dancers come and go in the twinkling of an eye but the dance lives on.Collapse )