It is more shocking to me, this one, than MJ. When I found out MJ died, my friend messaged me and I thought "haha funny don't be silly." Then it was true and we saw it on the news, and my brother's first words were "$5 they play the free willy song at the memorial." I mean, it was sad or whatever but I wasn't attached to him really. I grew up listening to MJ but he wasn't my favorite singer/song writer/dancer or anything like that. He was just cool. Robin Williams? Grew up watching him, found a whole new side of him as an adult, and a whole other side of him again as a soldier. He was more real to me than the pop idol.