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Boy stuns classmates with Michael Jackson moves

Published On: May 22 2014 07:51:35 AM CDT
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A California teen took on the King of Pop at his high school talent show ... and nailed it.

You might think Michael Jackson has risen from the dead after watching video of the boy's moves.

Brett Nichols danced to Jackson's "Billie Jean" at the Pitman High School talent rally and stole the show.

The school is located in Turlock, California.

And, in case you're wondering, yes, Nichols did win.

Watch the video below or by clicking here (Nichols' moves start at about 1:11):

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