The Truth Behind Michael Jackson’s Anti-Gravity Illusion Is Unbelievable!






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We all are a big fan of Michael Jackson and… and… and his trademark gravity defying shoes. That telling moon walk, those unparalleled dance moves, those impressive songs and that irresistible personality, all in a single person truly makes him the King of Pop.
But the mystery behind his anti-gravity shoes has always been a very fascinating one.
Here we are gonna unravel the mystery… Read close!
1. Do you remember the first time these anti-gravity shoes came into being. He first performed with these shoes in Smooth Criminal and that too very dexterously.
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2. Michael Jackson invented these amazing shoes accompanied by Michael L. Bush and Dennis Tompkins in 1992.
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3. They mainly focused on the heels.
Heels were to be made having complete flexibility and allowing him to lean forward with absolute ease.
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4. He wanted to take it to another level and so the shoe was to be affixed with specially designed heels to help him shift his center of balance on stage.
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5. Along with these many things to be focused on, he wanted them to be stylish and elegant.
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6. The trio was awarded for their awing invention in 1993. But in 1996, Jackson’s heels got loose causing him a serious injury on the stage during his world tour.
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7. Learning of this incident, they re-drafted the original patent making the shoes more safer than ever.
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8. In 2005, the patent got expired. So the modish shoes sold off for a nice $600,000.
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Here’s the Google document of it.
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