Michael Jackson's final performance will be released on DVD.

Footage of the late singer performing better than the 20-year-old dancers and singing his greatest hits during the final rehearsal for his planned London residency will be released as a tribute to the late pop star.

The three-hour clip shows Michael, who died from a suspected cardiac arrest last Thursday (25.06.09), performing his trademark moonwalk moves and astounding onlookers with his agility.

Randy Philips, from AEG Live, who was promoting the 50 This Is It concerts, said: He danced as well or better than the 20-year-old dancers we surrounded him with.

"He was riveting. I thought this was going to be his greatest live show ever produced. He was so great, I got goosebumps."

Ed Alonzo, who was organising the large-scale illusions for Michael's planned 50-date London residency, feels blessed to have been one of few to watch the 50-year-old star's amazing performance.

He said: "It was an amazing show. The thing was just days away from being perfected. It was incredible. Even though it was just a walk-through with the dancers, his moves were dead-on - the same Michael Jackson we saw through the years in music videos.

"He wasn't singing full-out, but he was singing. I feel I was so blessed to see the only performance of this concert."