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Michael Jackson’s kids, Paris, Prince and Blanket, followed in their father’s footsteps on Sunday when they attended Stan Lee’s Comikaze comic book convention in Los Angeles.Instagram photos from the event like a Captain America mask, Comikaze poster and herself trying on a horned helmet.
Fourteen-year-old Paris Jackson recently opened up to Glamour magazine about breaking into the movie industry and divulged into what it's like to be the daughter of the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson.
The children of Michael Jackson celebrated what would have been their father’s 54th birthday in a very special way. Prince, 15, Paris, 14 and Blanket, 10, joined fans in Michael’s hometown of Gary, Indiana for a touching vigil at his childhood home.
Paris Jackson is truly Michael’s No. 1 fan. The 14-year-old spent hours creating a bedside shrine in honor of the late King of Pop.tweeted, along with a photo of the magazine images and clippings.
Michael Jackson’s three children could be removed from their grandmother Katherine’s care, reports TMZ. Apparently, the executors of MJ’s estate are drafting up emergency guardianship papers this week.
Michael Jackson’s mother, Katherine, was reported missing over the weekend, but authorities have since confirmed that she is safe and staying with a family member in Arizona.
Paris switched from homeschooling to attend high school, and encountered some bullying. "People have tried [to bully], but it doesn't always work," Paris told Oprah in the interview that aired on "Oprah's Next Chapter.” "At school… and some people try to cyberbully me. They try to get to me with words, but that doesn't really work."
When asked by Winfrey if she thought her peers were jealous, Paris said: "Maybe, I don't know."
Mostly, a very cool and poised Paris talked about her dad and how much she still thinks of him. "I just like, remember something, and I smile," the teenager said.