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Michael Jackson sketch
Hugh: Ladies and gentlemen, this is a genuinely exciting moment for me. We're extremely honoured to have on the show tonight one of those very rare performers - a man who perhaps more than any other can lay claim to the title "superstar". Ladies and gentlemen, will you please welcome, Michael Jackson. Michael, thank you very much indeed for coming on the show.
Hugh: I know you must be frantically busy.
Stephen: Things are a bit hectic at the moment, yes.
Hugh: I believe you're about to start work on a new album?
Stephen: A new album, that's right. It's absolutely brand new. Even the little hole in the middle is
Hugh: I love these clothes, by the way.
Stephen: Oh thank you, yes, this is a plain Irish Thornproof, very hard wearing, I've had it for
some time actually.
Hugh: I bet thousands of kids all over the world are trying to copy this look right now.
Stephen: Well haha ... perhaps.
Hugh: Now Michael, you've been in the music business for ... well most of your life ...
Stephen: Just about, yes.
Hugh: Right, and of course "Thriller" has sold more copies than any other record, you're
without doubt the biggest star of this or perhaps any generation. Have you ever wondered what your life would have been like if none of this had ever happened?
Stephen: Yes. Yes, I do. There's no way of knowing this, obviously, but I sometimes think if all
this hadn't happened, my life would have been very different indeed.
Stephen: Well I think so, yes. It's so hard to know, of course.
Hugh: Now Michael, I have to ask you this. There has been some speculation over the years that you have, with the aid of plastic surgery, set about altering your appearance.
Stephen: Well I don't really pay any attention to that. That's just newspapers, you know ...
Hugh: So you absolutely deny it?
Stephen: Well I don't think it's even worth denying. All it boils down to is people being jealous of
my success. People will say anything.
Hugh: Yes. We've got a picture of you here, when you were with the Jackson Five - you'd just signed to Motown, I believe ... You do look a bit different ...
Stephen: I was eight years old, for heaven's sake. I mean of course I've changed. We've all changed.
Hugh: Absolutely. Well, Michael, I hope that's answered your critics. Now I believe you're actually going to do a song for us now from the new album?
Stephen: That's right. This song is called "Move It On Out Girl".
Hugh: Ladies and gentlemen - "Move It On Out Girl" - Michael Jackson!
Move it on out girl,
Don't leave it where it is, girl,
Put it somewhere else, girl,
Don't move it on in.
If you move it on in, girl,
I might have to find another girl,
Who'll give me less trouble girl,
Who'll move it on out ...
to be honoured
megtisztelve érzi magát
to lay claim to
[tu leɪ kleɪm tuː]
jogot formal valamire
with no doubt
[wɪð nəʊ daʊt]
to alter one’s appearance
[tə ˈɔːltə wʌnz əˈpɪərəns]
megváltoztatja a külsejét
to pay attention to
[tu peɪ əˈtenʃn̩ tuː]
to be jealous of
[tu bi ˈdʒeləs ɒv]
for heaven’s sake
[fə ˈhevn̩z seɪk]
az ég szerelmére