Talented British Dancer Dances to Michael Jackson’s ‘Black and White’ in Cities All Around the World

As a tribute to Michael Jackson, London, England-based dancer and choreographer Tobias Ellehammer travelled around the globe dancing to the late King of Pop’s 1991 hit, “Black and White,” along with dozens of other incredibly talented dancers.

“Today we celebrate the king of pop and everything he did for us. Michael wanted to spread good in our world trying to change the bad and heal the world for some of its problems. Unfortunately the world is still in a troubling state. In these times many people look at various links on social media and unfortunately react with fear, hatred and immediately close their arms. Instead we should open up our arms and look to solve the problems together. There should be room for everyone in this world. No matter what you look like, what religion you have or where you come from. We are all one. That’s the purpose of this video. To remind all of us how incredibly important love and freedom is and to put something good out into this world. Something that will unite people from all around the globe. The world is beautiful. We should all enjoy it together.”

Locations in order of appearance:

Pont de Bir-Hakeim, Paris, France
Berlin Wall Memorial, Berlin, Germany
La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain
Hoxton Alley, London, UK
Regents Park, London, UK
Calle Traghetto Vecchio, Venice, Italy
St. Pauls Cathedral, London, UK
Rooftop Terrace, Copenhagen, Denmark
Sand Dunes, Dubai, UAE
Red Square, Moscow, Russia
Gulfoss and Gljúfurárfoss Waterfalls, Iceland
Mrs. Macqauries Point, Sydney, Australia
Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo, Japan
Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, United States of America