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Michael Jackson vs. Weird Al “Bad”

Michael Jackson vs. Weird Al “Bad”

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Michael Jackson vs. Weird Al “Bad”

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  1. Michael Jackson vs. Weird Al“Bad” • VS

  2. Michael Jackson • http://vimeo.com/25470496 Bad was made on September, 7 1987. The song was written, composed, and co-produced by Jackson, and produced by Quincy Jones. Jackson stated that the song was influenced by a real life story he'd read about. A music video for "Bad", directed by Martin Scorsese and co-starring one of the first appearances of yet-undiscovered Wesley Snipes, was released in late 1987. In the video, Jackson and a group of background dancers are shown doing dance routines throughout a subway station. The music video's choreographer stated that the plot and video of the background was strongly influenced by the "Cool" scene in West Side Story.

  3. Weird Al • http://vimeo.com/55128453 Fat" is a song by "Weird Al" Yankovic. It is a parody of "Bad" by Michael Jackson. It is Yankovic's second parody of a Jackson song, the first being "Eat It", a parody of Jackson's "Beat It". "Fat" is the first song on Yankovic's Even Worse album. April 12, 1988 was when it was released.

  4. Michael Jackson vs. Weird Al Similarities Differences • The dancers in “Fat” are wearing the same clothing as the dancers in bad. • Yankovic's black outfit is similar to Jackson's. • Yankovicdoes Jackson's famous "crotch-grab“ • In "Bad", Jackson moves in a circle while the camera follows him. In "Fat", Yankovic does the same thing. • In "Bad", Jackson and his dancers scream loudly for no reason at random times. Yankovic parodies this by having a scene where he and his dancers scream "Ho!" every now and then. • The lighting in Jackson's video is much darker. Yankovic filmed his parody video with much brighter lighting, and it appears as though it was filmed in the daytime • The lines "Are you fat, or what?" and "You ain't fat, you ain't nothing!" mimic lines in the original, only using the word "fat" instead of "bad • Yankovic has six dancers. The original video has Jackson with at least twenty dancers. The six dancers with Yankovic in the video are obese instead of skinny