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Have you seen the recording of the live performance of You Are Not Alone por Michael Jackson during the HIStory Tour in Munich 1997? If you care for Michael Jackson you probably have. (Otherwise, you can find it on YouTube.) There is this girl with the Teddy urso who’s screaming her lungs out when the song starts. Suddenly, a man pulls her out of the crowd and they both run up to the stage. And there she literally jumps at Michael. She wraps her arms around him and hugs him close. She’s crying, screaming (we can’t hear her because it’s a playback). Then she falls to her knees and hugs...
I just read this amazing story and i cant stop crying! :'( I'm coração broken I wish i was her. Please tell me what you think about this.
Hello! I want to tell you that i am one of the girls that went on stage with Michael Jackson back in 1993. I will skip details like how I bought the tickets, how I went to the stadium, how the atmosphere was…that’s not interesting and fades away when the real important moment comes. The moment that he reached his hand for me and I went on stage. I felt like everybody else disappeared, that me and Michael were the only persons alive, not only in that place,...
The simple answer: The trademark armband that Michael Jackson wears is a symbol of the suffering of children around the world.
Most of his outfits over the past 20 years have featured an armband tied around his right around halfway between the shoulder and the elbow.
Symbolism 1) Most online dictionaries define an armband as: A band worn around the upper arm, often as identification or as a symbol of mourning or protest. A subset of this symbolism is often an element of memorializing innocent victims.
2) Armbands are recognized around the world as a sign of safety and help. they’re commonly worn...