verb (used without object)
Related formsmoon·walk·er, noun
Examples from the Web for moonwalk
In his autobiography, Moonwalk, Jackson called Ross his “mother, love and sister all rolled up in one.”Diana Ross ‘Has No Intention of Taking’ Michael Jackson’s Kids|Allison Samuels|August 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Another time, he hired dance coaches to teach the staff to moonwalk on the set (he tried, then opted to sit aside and judge).
Someday they may all moonwalk with MJ in the great big Neverland in the sky.
It ranks up there with Elvis and The Beatles on Ed Sullivan: Michael Jackson, bringing the world the moonwalk.