The NEW 2024’s Michael Jackson (Dirty Diana) Funko Pop!

Michael Jackson (Dirty Diana) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure (2024 release)

Funko Pop! Rocks: Michael Jackson (Dirty Diana) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure (2024 release)

Available from January 17th at:

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If your collection is screaming for a pop of pop royalty, the new Michael Jackson (Dirty Diana) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure is moonwalking its way into the 2024 lineup. Inspired by the gritty riffs and leather-laden style of the “Dirty Diana” music video, this little guy packs a whole lot of attitude in a 4-inch frame—curls, belts, and all.

UPDATE: The new Michael Jackson (Dirty Diana) Pop! Vinyl Figure will be released on January 17! To get your hands on this Pop Vinyl Figure at its release, be sure to check out the links I’ve provided below – click to jump or scroll to continue reading!

Rock Your Collection: The Michael Jackson “Dirty Diana” Funko Pop

Get ready to add some rock star flair to your desk with the latest Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure, inspired by Michael Jackson’s electrifying “Dirty Diana” music video.

Decked out in his iconic white tee, black leather pants adorned with red and silver accents, and those unmistakable black boots, this miniature MJ is all about the details.

With a stance that’s all attitude and a coiffed mane that defies gravity, this figurine captures the essence of Jackson’s intense performance from the classic ’80s video.

The pointed finger isn’t just a pose; it’s a pop culture moment frozen in vinyl. Perfect for fans who know their music history or for those who just love a good display piece with a rock edge, this Funko Pop! doesn’t moonwalk—it struts right into the spotlight.

The new Michael Jackson (Dirty Diana) Funko Pop! can be purchased at the links below (click to jump!)

Michael Jackson (Dirty Diana) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure (2024 release)

Michael Jackson (Dirty Diana) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure (2024 release)

Why Did Michael Jackson’s “Dirty Diana” Rock the Pop Charts?

Ever wondered how Michael Jackson, the undisputed King of Pop, managed to rock the world with “Dirty Diana”? It’s a blend of eerie vibes, glam metal nods, and a dash of controversy – a recipe for a chart-topping hit. Let’s explore this intriguing mash-up.

In the late ’80s, glam metal bands with big hair and bigger guitar solos ruled the charts. But here comes Michael Jackson, sliding into this arena with “Dirty Diana.”

This wasn’t his first rodeo with rock elements. Do you remember “Beat It”? That song was a trailblazer, but “Dirty Diana” took it up a notch in the glam metal era.

The song is a whirlwind of minor-key melodies, portraying a world where groupies and rockstars mix. But Jackson flips the script.

Instead of glamorizing this lifestyle, he presents a narrative filled with paranoia and a touch of disdain. It’s like he’s saying, “This isn’t my scene, but let me show you how it’s done.”

Enter Steve Stevens, the guitar virtuoso known for his work with Billy Idol. His contribution?

It’s a quick solo and a constant presence throughout the track, adding layers of those signature glam metal sounds – think car-alarm sirens and UFOs on guitar. It’s like Jackson invited a glam metal party into his pop world.

What sets “Dirty Diana” apart is its unapologetic rawness. It’s not just another pop song with a catchy chorus; it dives deep into a darker side of fame.

The lyrics, the production, the vibe – they all scream (quite literally, in some parts) a mix of fear and fascination with this other side of the celebrity world.

Now, about that video – directed by Joe Pytka, who also worked on “Space Jam.” Picture Jackson, not in his usual pop star attire, but in a setting that screams rock and roll.

Leather, lasers, and that signature Jackson energy, but with a twist. It’s like watching a pop icon crash a rock concert and steal the show.

“Dirty Diana” didn’t just sit comfortably in pop or R&B charts. It was a peculiar presence in the R&B scene, especially given its distinct rock flavor. Jackson even had to clarify that the song wasn’t about Princess Diana or Diana Ross.

It’s a testament to the song’s impact – when your track sparks rumors involving royalty, you know it’s made waves.

But the real kicker? This song helped “Bad” achieve a record-breaking feat – five #1 hits from a single album. Talk about setting the bar high!

“Dirty Diana” is a fascinating piece of Michael Jackson’s legacy. It shows his ability to step into different musical arenas and not just participate but dominate.

It’s a gritty, unfiltered look at a side of fame that’s often glamorized, served up by someone who knew that world all too well. This song isn’t just a hit; it’s a statement – Michael Jackson could rock, and he did it his way.

Funko Pop! Rocks: Michael Jackson (Dirty Diana) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure (2024 release)

Available from January 17th at:

Entertainment Earth
Funko Shop

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