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It was 30 years ago when Michael Jackson's iconic Thriller video was released.
What followed was a worldwide frenzy that has travelled through generations and decades.
The first music video ever made, Thriller released on December 2, 1982, is often hailed as the most influential pop music video of all time and holds a significant place in popular culture.
Here then, is a look at how MJ fans worldwide have strived to keep the late legend's legacy alive:
In 2007, more than 1500 inmates of the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center performed on the song as part of their morning exercise routine in Cebu City.
Clips of the prisoners grooving in harmony to Thriller created a stir on the internet and has clocked over 51 million views since it was posted on Youtube.
Thriller in Mexico
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Michael Jackson impersonator Hector Jackson (centre) dances with thousands of other fans to Thriller in celebration of the singer's 51st birth anniversary in Mexico City August 29, 2009.
Over 12,000 fans danced to the iconic song at the event, breaking a Guinness world record.
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Pop star Chris Brown performed Thriller during the World Music Awards at Earl's Court in London on November 15, 2006.
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The LGBT community
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More than 10,000 revellers participated in the parade that was attended by more than 500,000 people according to local authorities.
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Some 300 dancers took part as part a fund raiser for the local Food Bank.