Filipino inmates present Michael Jackson tribute
Those dancing inmates from Cebu prison in the Philippines, who were famous for orchestrating complex dance routines to Michael Jackson songs, are taking the death of MJ particularly hard. So they pulled together a tribute performance with a medley of Michael's hits -- including I'll Be There and We Are The World -- mere hours after his death on Thursday.
"We wanted to do the tribute because we became famous thanks to him," convicted drug trafficker Crisanto Niere, 36, told reporters. He played MJ in the very first Thriller video from the prison that ended up on YouTube.