On Saturday, Madonna paid tribute to Michael Jackson at O2 Arena in the U.K, with one of her dancers dressed as the late artist performing to a medley of Jackson hits.

The dancer, named Kento Mori, took the stage to a roar of the crowd with a rendition of Billie Jean in one of Jackson's trademark outfits, including a fedora, fedora, and shortened black pants.

I chose 'Billie Jean' (to perform at the O2) because it's instantly recognizable, Madonna said, according to an interview with Hollywood.com.

Kento, my dancer, was obsessed with Michael all his life. And when Michael was having auditions for his tour, Kento really wanted to go but he'd already made a commitment to me. So now he's about to have his moment and be Michael at my show.

Madonna and other dancers remained on stage, observing the performance.

Alright people! Let's give it up for one of the greatest artists the world has ever known - Michael Jackson! Long live the King! she said after the performance.

Songs in the minute and a half piece included portions of Billie Jean, Another part of me, and Wanna be startin' something.