After Call For A DNA Test, Michael Jackson's Look-Alike Promises A Comeback Concert Amid Lockdown

Amid the DNA test buzz, Michael Jackson’s doppelganger Sergio Cortes has promised a great concert for all his fans soon, check it out

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After Call For A DNA Test, Michael Jackson's Look-Alike Promises A Comeback Concert Amid Lockdown
Michael, the King of Pop, left for his heavenly abode a decade back but he is still loved and remembered by millions of his fans. The late pop star has left behind his classic piece of works like Leave Me Alone, Smooth Criminal and Black or White among many others. Not to forget the iconic moonwalk that became a rage due to Michael Jackson and is still attempted by his fans. Well, the internet, at present, is abuzz with MJ’s lookalike Sergio Cortes, a Spain-based performer who strikes an uncanny resemblance to the late pop singer.

His photos and videos make fans wonder if Michael Jackson himself is alive and still very much between us, so much so, that fans went onto demand a DNA test to prove that Cortes is not Michael Jackson and just his doppelganger. Well, amid this controversy, Sergio took to his Instagram account and shared a yet another picture of him looking ditto like the late King of Pop; from his facial expression to his hair. In his caption, Sergio Cortes promised all his fans that he and his team will be back with a concert soon. He wrote, “We will back soon with a great show.”

Well, ever since Jackson passed away on June 25, 2009, the internet has churned out various theories claiming that he is very much alive but is living a different life, while some think that he is the one impersonating his former self.

Check out the post below:


Much to our surprise, Sergio Cortes’ Instagram account is verified with more than 176K followers. A stroll through his account and you will rub your eyes in disbelief!

image source: instagram/sergiocortesparra
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