Trending today: Michael Jackson's hologram, Google's Rubik's Cube & Alex Trebek raps 90s hip-hop

(Photo: Twitter/OfficialBBMAs).
(Photo: Twitter/OfficialBBMAs).

(FOX19) - While you were sleeping, the Internet never stopped. And it's amazing what the Internet comes up with.

Check out what people are tweeting, sharing and talking about.

Twitter reacts to MJ's hologram Billboard Music Awards

Michael Jackson returned to the stage Sunday with a very special performance at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards.

A hologram image of the King of Pop danced and moonwalked to new track "Slave to the Rhythm" in a gold jacket, white T-shirt and red trousers alongside a group of dancers.

While the audience gave the act a standing ovation, not everyone on Twitter was amused.

"Long live the KING!!!  #MJ #TheGREATEST," Diddy tweeted.

Twitter user @KatieCheyanne12 didn't exactly have the same reaction.

"Am i the only one that's creeped out by this @michaeljackson video performance? #bbmas #kingofpop"

The owners of the technology also used it to bring rapper Tupac Shakur back to digital life for a 2012 performance.

Prince of pop Justin Timberlake won seven prizes, including top artist and Billboard 200 album, and accepted the honors outside of the country where he was on tour.

"All the other finalists, Miley, Imagine Dragons, Bruno, Katy, I love you guys, it's not a competition, but if it is, I won!" Timberlake exclaimed, dancing with his band. "I want to thank everybody on Earth, everybody on Earth, except, except Donald Sterling.

What did you think of the hologram? Let us know on Facebook.

Solve a Rubik's Cube on today's Google Doodle

Monday's Google Doodle, in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Rubik's Cube, will leave you extremely frustrated.

Enio Rubik, inventor of the Rubik's Cube, developed the cube in 1974 and wanted a working model to help explain three-dimensional geometry to students. It took him well over a month to work out the solution to his puzzle, according to

There's a combined total of over 43 quintillion different possible configurations.

Try the digital version of this frustrating puzzle here.

Alex Trebek raps '90s hip-hop on Jeopardy!

Jeopardy! got real last week when it debuted a category called "The 1990s Rap Song." It required game-show host Alex Trebek to read lyrics from notable 90s hip-hop songs.

From Notorious B.I.G's "Mo' Money, Mo' Problems" to the Cypress Hill jam "Insane in the Membrane," Trebek didn't miss a beat.

Watch below to hear the greatest 'Jeopardy!' answer ever: "What is, 'Mo' Problems.'"

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