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Super Junior Works With Michael Jackson's Choreographer For New Single

By Staff Writer | June 29, 2012 01:37 PM EDT

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Choreographer Devin Jamieson was responsible for the performances for what would have been Michael Jackson's last tour, "This is It." He has also worked alongside big artists like Britney Spears and Hilary Duff, which is why his collaboration with Super Junior is much anticipated.

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Furthermore, SM Entertainment's performance director Hwang Sang Hoon elevated the expectations by tweeting about collaborating with other respected choreographers like Lyle Beniga, Nick Baga and Devon Perri.

Super Junior will make a comeback on July 5 on Mnet "M! Countdown," on July 6 on KBS "Music Bank" and on July 7 on MBC "Music Core."

 

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