Fans of deceased US pop singer Michael Jackson organised a three-hour walk through the streets of Prague on Saturday in homage to their hero. The walk was staged to coincide with would have been the singer’s 52nd birthday. At various stages along the walk stops were scheduled for participants to dance to the tunes of his hit album “Thriller.” Fans from Slovakia were also expected to take part. Jackson died in June last year after taking too many sedatives.
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