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Usher Channels The King Of Pop As He Dances To Michael Jackson's Single Love Never Felt So Good At The iHeartRadio Music Awards!

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Michael Jackson been gone for nearly five years now, but here's the proof that his spirit is still alive and kicking!

Yesterday iHeartRadio teased us by announcing a special guest would perform with the King of Pop's newest single Love Never Felt So Good and, wow, they weren't kidding!!!

Usher took the stage moments ago and MELTED our minds with his magical dance moves!!!

The Yeah singer shook his money-maker to MJ's new song and it was marvelous!!!

Ch-ch-check out his performance (above)!

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3 comments to “Usher Channels The King Of Pop As He Dances To Michael Jackson's Single Love Never Felt So Good At The iHeartRadio Music Awards!”

  1. eric says – reply to this


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    Love it…just wish they would a played the whole song an Justin would've been there to sing too. Can't wait for the album!!

  2. Me says – reply to this


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    He isn't even close to Mj ,Michael had the moves man ,Usher can never com close to MJ' singing or dancing ,what a fool to think he can.

  3. Ram says – reply to this


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    While I agree that Usher isn't a patch on the legend, I'm so glad that fool Timerlake wasn't on the show. I can't believe Timbaland allowed him anywhere close to this album. Michael wasn't a fan & Timberlake is an opportunist of the first degree - look at how he tried to upstage Michael at the New York concert in 2001 - and Michael's shocked reaction. The song is excellent, but putting Timberlake on there was a seriously bad call.