(Video) Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” Is Now The First Ever Album To Go Platinum 33x’s

Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” is now the first ever album to go platinum 33 times. The album has sold 33 million copies. Thats crazy. Michael Jackson will forever live.

(Video) NFL: Odell Beckham Jr. Hits SICK Spin Move & Thriller TD Dance as He Makes NFL History

The New York Giants beat the Cincinnati Bengals 21-20 on Monday Night Football, but the night was all about Odell Beckham Jr.  The Giants star receiver burnt Adam “Pacman” Jones as he hit a full stop, spun around in a 360 escaping Jones’ grasp and running into the end zone to catch a touchdown pass from Eli Manning.  OBJ then broke out his Michael Jackson “Thriller” dance moves.

(Video) President Obama Dances To Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’

Michelle and Barack Obama had the White House super lit for Halloween. In a video, we see the Obama’s dancing to ‘Thriller.’

(Video) Take A Look At Michael Jackson’s ‘Journey From Motown To Off The Wall’ Trailer

Michael Jackson is one of the most legendary artists in the game, and constant debates about which of his albums was the best is something that will continue to go on until the end of time. A new Spike Lee directed documentary about Michael Jackson’s transition from being the lead singer in Jackson 5 to the creation of his Off The Wall album is on the way to give a better insight into MJ’s impressive career. Michael Jackson’s Journey From Motown To Off the Wall is set to premier February 5th via the Showtime network. Check out the trailer below!

Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ Just Became The First Album To Be Certified 30x Platinum

And the greatest just became greater. Today, the RIAA announced that Michael Jackson’s iconic album Thriller (released in 1982,) just became the first album ever to be certified platinum a whopping 30 times in the United States. Worldwide, he’s at over 100 million for the project. Insane. Check out a statement from RIAA chairman and CEO Cary Sherman below.

(Video) NBA: Kyrie Irving Hits Crazy Buzzer Beater To Tie Game, Finishes With Cavs Record 57 Points In Win

Kyrie Irving played out of his mind last night in a game against the Spurs that had an NBA Finals vibe from the start. Irving finished the game with a Cavs franchise record 57 points, including an amazing game tying three pointer at the end of regulation to send the game into overtime. From there Kyrie continued to take over as he outplayed Tony Parker and made Lebron and his no headband an after story. This game is pretty much the game of the year up till this point. Kyrie’s 57 points was also the NBA high this season.

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