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    Michael Jackson was definitely an intovert, something he himself had confirmed. He was shy, reserved and introspective, but completely transformed when on stage. I will go ahead and say ISFP.

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    I came to this thread to say ISFP, and then realised there was basically already a consensus.

    Yup. ISFP. Because reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nita Hendrix Sparrow View Post
    Michael Jackson was definitely an intovert, something he himself had confirmed. He was shy, reserved and introspective, but completely transformed when on stage. I will go ahead and say ISFP.
    I think it's pretty common for a number of introverts to be completely transformed on stage. I don't know what his type was, but I know a lot about him, Jimi Hendrix that is. He would be the prime example. I don't know so much about Michael Jackson because I'm not much interested in his music. Hendrix, on the other hand, is another matter. But both Jimi Hendrix and Michael Jackson were definitely shy and soft-spoken off stage. Not so much on stage, needless to say.

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