Corey Feldman showed up at Michael Jackson's public memorial Tuesday at L.A.'s Staples Center dressed as the King of Pop.
He arrived at 10:19 a.m. dressed as the singer from his Dangerous era – wearing all black, a military-style jacket, a black fedora and sunglasses. He also had strands of his hair hanging in front of his face – a 'do Jackson famously sported.
Feldman used a Kleenex to wipe tears from under his sunglasses.
John Mayer gave him a puzzled look.
"I've been crying a lot and I'm just drained," he told Us after the ceremony. "Michael changed the world and I think we should remember him for that."
Asked about the funeral, "It was beautiful. Paris got me the most when she spoke."
Feldman befriended Jackson in the 1980s. The two had a rocky relationship during Feldman's teen years and eventually drifted apart. They didn't talk for several years before Jackson's death.
After Jackson's June 25 death Feldman wrote on his website: "I am trembling and shaking at the moment and it is very hard to type. I am filled with tremendous sadness and remorse. All I choose to remember from this point is the good times we shared and what an inspiration he was to me and the rest of the world. Nobody will ever be able to do what Michael Jackson has done in this industry, and he was so close to doing it all again. I am truly, and deeply sorry for all of the heartbroken fans and supporters worldwide. I think I am still in shock. So I must end this now."