Sunday, August 30, 2009

Dance Fever

There's not a lot we can add to this:

Wait! Yes there is: Although 12,937 people showed up and danced, which would seem to have edged them ahead of the previous record for the Largest Mass Thriller Dance (yes, there was one) by a comfy 12,705, or roughly 5000%, the record is still not official.

Hildago claimed 12,937 people danced Saturday in front of Mexico City's Monument of the Revolution, led by a Michael Jackson impersonator wearing a red-and-gold sequined jacket.

But Guinness must certify whether all those people really performed the entire, intricate routine. The impersonator, who goes by the name Hector Jackson, and most of those in front of a huge crowd of onlookers certainly looked pretty good.

We can recommend highly enough that the Guinness boys just shut up and say yes.

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