Apr 4, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; NCAA president Mark Emmert speaks at a press conference in preparation for the men

Holographic Michael Jackson to perform at NCAA Title Game


The King of Pop can’t be kept from entertaining the masses. According to college basketball insider, John Goodman, a holographic Michael Jackson is going to perform the National Anthem as well as at the half of the NCAA Tournament National Title game.

Jackson has a record dropping later this year. So, yeah, it makes perfect sense for a holographic Michael Jackson to perform to help boost the interest in the record cassette.

While it is not known if holographic Michael Jackson will go acoustic during the Anthem, he is expected to play a medley of his greatest hits at halftime.

Guest co-performers expected to join holographic Michael Jackson on stage are holographic Tupac, holographic Biggie Smalls, holographic Kurt Cobain and — in a weird twist since she is still alive — holographic Courtney Love.

When reached for comment, NCAA commissioner Mark Emmert said that he is thrilled to have holographic Michael Jackson perform at college basketball’s biggest game, but is nervous that moonwalking might be an infraction of NCAA by-law 3.9, amendment 45, on page 89.

Which is, as you all know, the NCAA’s rule against having talented people from a tough background gain any form of profit via NCAA connection.

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