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MICHAEL JACKSON’S MOONWALK SOCKS FOR AUCTION

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Everybody knows the King of Pop was Michael Jackson. Michael Joseph Jackson was his real and full name. He was an American singer, songwriter, and also dancer. The dancer died on June 25th 2009.

Lately it has come to notice that the dancer’s or we can say the famous singer’s flashy socks from the first time he busted out his iconic and world famous dance move moonwalk are hitting the auction block, but any of you want them to have it with you then you have to foot a HUGE BILL. That means you need to have a lot of budget of having his moonwalk socks.

Michael Jackson’s custom crystals stockings which the dancer donned his performance of his song named “Billie Jean” back in the year 1983 TV special, “Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever” – are very much expected to haul or stop in at least a million big ones, possibly up to two million dollars according to a source.

The auction site is presenting the socks as a part of its Frank Dileo collection DiLeo’s the late music executive who was the one to sign or who signed Michael Jackson to Epic Records and also managed him from the year 1984 till 1989 that is four years, following the massive success of Michael Jackson’s song “Thriller.”

Along with the million dollar socks comes the signed letter from Michael to Frank presenting the gift to him as a token of appreciation for keeping on his toes or we can say in his feet throughout Michael Jackson’s famous Victory Tour.

Some source have told us that the package also comes with a letter from DiLeo’s wife attesting Michael wore the socks for his first time debut moonwalk during the TV  special along with a certificate of proof or authenticity.

The auction will be held or will be starting from 13th to 22nd of November so anyone will to spend millions on this golden things then they can find the location and be there for the bidding and get them home.

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