GRAVITY-defying aerobatics join forces with the most famous shiny shoed shuffle to create the Cirque Du Soliel's Michael Jackson, The Immortal tour.
But moon-walking isn't the only highlight.
The world's best acrobats, contortionists and performers unite on stage in an energetic, enigmatic and unequivocal presentation of the love and passion MJ lived and breathed every day.
The production, developed by Cirque Du Soleil in partnership with choreographers who worked alongside the king of pop, will make its Sydney debut on Thursday, September 26.
The tour will be in Sydney for only one weekend, with their last show taking place on Sunday, September 29.
Tour publicist Laura Silverman said the show, which first launched in Montreal in 2011, still had almost the exact same cast and crew.
She said her favourite part of the show was peering out into the audience at the end of the show and watching the audience in the arena stand and cheer.
"It's such a great feeling, and at that moment, that feeling is all that matters," she said.
"Immortal gives the audience just a glimpse of how talented MJ really was.
"In the end the audience gets quite emotional as they realise he is no longer with us.
"I still get teary-eyed too sometimes."
Ms Silverman said Michael Jackson was a huge Cirque Du Soleil fan and, before his death, was in discussions with producers to develop a never-before-seen joint production.
"Unfortunately it didn't happen until after his passing," she said.
"In his honour, Cirque and those closest to him came together to create a show that he would have loved to be a part of. And that he would have really enjoyed."
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