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Cha'mone Mo'Fo'Selecta! A Tribute to Michael Jackson (2009)

Following the death of Michael Jackson, Leigh Francis takes on the role of his "tribute" to the fallen star one last time.

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Michael Jackson / Various Characters
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Following the death of Michael Jackson, Leigh Francis takes on the role of his "tribute" to the fallen star one last time.

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What on earth was I sent?
24 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

It's candid in its... actually no, I give a 7 out of 10 in pity, this television thing needs to be shot and thrown back into the hole it crawled out of. I have been sent some weird things in the past and all sorts of videos of deaths to which my pleas of ceasing finally were respected upon.

This is some sort of psychopathic admission to The Arts created by some sort of maybe cult I'd say, or an Andy Kaufman spirit of weirdness preying on people's recognition of absurdity or lack there-of. It says it aired on some sort of television channel but I can only imagine it was on BBC 666.

With the amount of black face and arbitrarily created content-I feel like I'm watching a serial killer's Ed Gein-like home movie. Some people like it, I guess?


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