The former leader of Pulp He appeared on a well-known English program and answered the questions asked by certain invited panelists: he talked about everything and, predictably, someone asked him if he considered himself an admirer of Michael Jackson now that he had passed away ... and about what happened in the Brit Awards de 1996 (in the 'Brit' of that year, Jarvis cocker jumped on stage and he wiggled his butt by way of protest against the pomposity of the presentation of the 'King of Pop').
"If there is a tragedy in this whole thing, I would say that if he had kept making good records - as he did in the '80s - until now it would be incredible. But for some reason he couldn't for the last 20 years and, for me, that's the most tragic thing about his disappearance.
By the way, I've never shown my butt to anyone in my whole life", he pointed.
"And yes, I consider him to be a genius ... you have to be to invent a step like the 'moonwalk' ..."He added.
Via | with the BBC