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Kane Brown lets out his inner Michael Jackson in new impromptu performance Instagram/@kanebrown_music

This is crazy. Who knew Kane Brown did such an amazing impersonation of Michael Jackson?

The singer-songwriter posted a hilarious—and freakishly good—video of himself on Instagram, showing him just singing some King of Pop on a karaoke machine in his kitchen.

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“New karaoke machine,” he caption the video along with some  laughing emojis.

Hey, this performance is no laughing matter, buddy—it’s great!

Kane’s been known to pull out fun pop hits onstage to cover for his fans. At a recent sold-out show in Louisiana, Kane brought a 12-year-old fan onstage for the surprise of her life.

Sadie had just celebrated her birthday, and Kane wanted to make it memorable for the sweet girl. She joined him onstage to sing along during the portion of his show where he does a mashup of hits from the Chainsmokers and Justin Bieber, according to the Plaquemine Post South.

He even gave her a birthday present, reaching into his pocket and pulling out some money.

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“I don’t know how much that is, but there’s $100 in there somewhere,” he told her.

Wow! Sadie is going to have a hard time topping this experience.

We love how much Kane loves his fans, so it’s no surprise they love him back and will do anything for him, including voting to help him win awards like the Rare Country Award for Duet of the Year, which he and “What Ifs” duet parter Lauren Alaina just landed on Dec. 14.

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We hope Kane, his fiancée Katelyn Jae, and their families have an absolutely wonderful holiday … and continue to post any and all videos of karaoke night on Instagram for all of us to enjoy!

Samantha Stephens absolutely lives for music. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. She's worked in all arenas of the country music world for nearly a decade, from syndicated radio and television to print journalism. She's even been known to crash a red carpet or two, true story.
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