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Excitement doesn’t quite describe the feeling that takes over as you experience the newly released music video “Love Never Felt So Good,” featuring the late Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake.

The “King of Pop,” who left us unexpectedly in 2009, would have been pleased as punch with the video tribute that includes archival footage of his most riveting dance moves from such memorable videos as “Thriller,” “Bad,” “Beat It,” “Black or White” and “You Rock My World.”

“Love Never Felt So Good” is the first release from Jackson’s album, “Xscape.”

The video features young dancers who sing along to the song and attempt to recreate some of Jackson’s famed dance moves. The performers are seen dancing atop pool tables and even jumping subway turnstiles, similar to the way the street thugs did it in the “Bad” video.

The final product is a touching, yet fun tribute you’re sure to enjoy and groove to for years on end!

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