Michael Jackson – 1995 MTV Video Music Awards Performance – Part Two (2/2) – HQ Sound

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!!!1995 MTV Video Music Awards Performance!!! Host: Dennis Miller. Venue: Radio City Music Hall. City: New York City, NY. Date: September 7, 1995. Video of the Year: TLC “Waterfalls” Niceties by: www.youtube.com Synopsis! Once again Michael Jackson opened the MTV Video Music Awards (1995). But instead of laying a really creepy kiss on Lisa Marie Presley, he instead stuck to what we’ve always loved about MJ: performing. He whipped out a medley of hits “Billie Jean,” “Beat It,” “Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough” and “Black or White.” On the first song, Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash surprised the crowd when he joined Michael onstage to lay down a few smokin’ riffs. Not content with performing a medley of so many hits, Jackson also laid out full versions of “Dangerous” and “You Are Not Alone.” Not a bad way to kick off the show. Michael was also a winner that night, sharing three Moonmen with his sister, Janet Jackson. The superstar sibling pair’s “Scream” netted the Best Dance Video, Best Art Direction and Best Choreography awards. But alt-rock favorites Weezer and R&B supertrio TLC were the biggest winners, each taking home four awards. For Weezer, it was their Happy Days-inspired “Buddy Holly” that took a quartet including Breakthrough Video and Best Alternative Video. On the TLC front, “Waterfalls” was honored with four, including the biggest prizes: Video of the Year and Viewer’s Choice. Seal reiterated the fact that the only good thing about Batman Forever was his “Kiss

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