As you will remember, Kompwsky is a psychiatric patient who thinks he is Michael Jackson. At the end of the episode where it seems, Kompowsky sings Lisa for his birthday. (Photo: Screenshot)
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It was 27 years ago Homer Simpson and Leon Kompowsky They met in a psychiatric hospital in Springfield.
As you will remember, Kompwsky is a psychiatric patient who thinks he is Michael Jackson. At the end of the episode where it seems, Kompowsky sings Lisa for his birthday.
Since then, a doubt has tormented fans of The Simpsons: Was it the real Michael Jackson who in that episode & # 39; Happy Birthday Lisa & # 39; sang? Was Michael Jackson's cameo real?
Well, they will finally be able to rest.
In an interview with The Weekly, Matt Groening, creator of & # 39; The Simpsons & # 39; that indeed The King of Pop made a cameo appearance in & # 39; The Simpsons & # 39 ;, but it is not what we expected.
Groening explained that Michael Jackson uttered Kompowsky as he spoke, but not when he sang. So he had to hire an impersonator: Kipp Lenon.
"(Michael Jackson) wanted no credit, or there was a deal with his record company or whatever, so when it was time to sing the songs, he had a good singer," said Groening. "He stood there and looked at the man, who was very nervous to sing like Michael Jackson, and then giggled."
So at the end of the debate, Michael Jackson lent his voice to The Simpsons, but he did not sing & # 39; Happy Birthday, Lisa & # 39;.