Corey Feldman Does Michael Jackson Impression At Limp Bizkit Show

Wait, what decade is it?

Not only did Corey Feldman join Limp Bizkit on stage at Hollywood’s House of Blues Friday (May 24), but he donned a black sequined outfit with sparkly white glove for a bizarre cover of Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean.”

The former child star famously spent over a decade as friend to Michael Jackson during his most impressionable years, occasionally wearing the same outfits as MJ. Years later, Feldman went on to defend Jackson in court against allegations of sexual abuse.

“Ladies and gentlemen, Corey Feldman f***ing you up tonight,” announced Fred Durst at the end of the Jackson cover. “Since we’re doing some karaoke s*** right now, I’m going to let know how the only reason I did this next song is cause I love me some karaoke.” The immediately broke into their infamous cover of George Michael’s “Faith,” accompanied by Feldman, sans Jackson attire.

Surprisingly, this wasn’t the first or even second time Feldman has shown off this Jackson impression. He spun around, Moonwalked and tilted his black fedora in 2010 while performing with this band Truth Movement in Astori, Oregon, and again at a Steel Panther show at the Hollywood House of Blues in August 2011.

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