Dan Reed’s hazardous confession narrative about Michael Jackson hasn’t halted the Sundance Film Festival parties from playing his music.
On Friday, Vulture and Ace Hotel’s Art is Elysium party impacted “Billie Jean” as a group of individuals started an off the cuff dance party.
“I feel uncomfortable listening to this now after watching the documentary,” Page Six overheard one attendee said.
“I really do love his music, but I hate to say that now,” said another one.
On Saturday, the Acura relax boomed “Billie Jean” as people on foot strolled past in anxious giggling, Variety announced.
A pop-up of Tao nightclub, nonetheless, had no hesitations playing a five-song mashup of the King of Pop’s hits, including “Rock With You” and “The Way You Make Me Feel.” Hollywood tip top and powerhouse operators didn’t appear staged by the DJ’s faulty choice.
Reps for Tao had no remark.
Come Sunday at the Salesforce Music Lodge, one guest revealed to Page Six, “The guy is dead. If you think people will stop listening to his music you’re nuts.”
The Jackson Estate has approached to pummel “Leaving Neverland,” calling the narrative that follows asserted sexual victims Wade Robson and James Safechuck “tabloid sensation.”