Michael Jackson is dead, but his famous dance moves live on thanks to one Norwalk girl.
Allie Reyna drew a standing ovation for her dance routine mimicking Jackson's famous "Thriller" video moves during Main Street School's seventh annual talent show.
Reyna, a fifth-grader, won the first-place trophy for that routine, topping the other 11 acts in the show, which took place Thursday in the school's auditorium.
Sixth-grader Seth White's a cappella rendition of "Lean on Me" earned him second-place honors, while fifth-grader Anne Davidson placed third by singing along with a recording of "Tomorrow" from "Little Orphan Annie."
Other acts at the talent show included a trio of trombone players performing "Rockin' Robin," a girl who sang "I Can See Clearly Now" with her mouth closed and a boy who sang while playing guitar.