GBK Productions, one of the leading gifting suite production companies, is proud to present their gifting lounge honoring the presenters and nominees of the 2011 Kids' Choice Awards.
Michael Jackson's children -- Blanket, 8, Paris, 12, and Prince 13 -- joined their aunt La Toya Jackson at the lounge. Check out the pic!
The lounge is being held at the SLS Hotel and offers its exclusive list of invited celebrities, VIPs and media an opportunity to enjoy a luxurious environment with gifts, refreshments, charity fundraising and fun for the whole family.
With the first anniversary of Michael Jackson's death on June 25th, here's one story few expected to see: his children have been visiting with their biological mother, Debbie Rowe, reports Showbiz411.
According to sources, Blanket aka Prince Michael II, whose biological mother is unknown, has also been included in the visits with Rowe, who was briefly married to Jackson.
Michael Jackson's brood was spotted splashing in a Las Vegas pool this weekend, as grandma Katherine watched from the side.
According to People magazine, Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket sipped on virgin strawberry-banana daiquiris and played in the pool at the Palms Casino Resort in Sin City. Michael's mother Katherine, who was granted custody of the brood after the pop icon's death, kept an eye on the kids during their poolside antics.
The brood also dined with their uncle Jermaine on Saturday night at the Las Vegas hotspot N9NE Steakhouse, in the restaurant's private dining room.
Michael Jackson's good friend Mark Lester talked to the "Today Show" on Friday about the possibility he is the father of Jackson's three children. The former child actor also claims he is not looking for "monetary gain."
Lester said Jackson was "shy" and "nervous" when it came to women, so Lester donated sperm to the King of Pop. "I had given something as a gift and I didn't want anything in return for it. End of story," he told Matt Lauer.
The 51-year-old admitted he has not been in contact with the Jackson family since Michael's death on June 25, but he is the godfather of Jackson's children, Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket. Lester also has four children of his own.
Lester talked to News of the World earlier this month and said he is willing to take a paternity test.
Michael Jackson's longtime friend Mark Lester believes he is Paris Jackson's biological father.
Lester is godfather to all three of MJ's kids. He's best known as the boy star of the 1968 film classic "Oliver." Lester tells News of the World he was asked by Jackson to donate sperm back in 1996, and he's confident that he's the father, saying, "I'd be willing to take a paternity test."
Lester's daughter Harriett looks a lot like Paris. "Extra" wants to know -- Do you think Mark Lester is Paris' father?
Grace Rwaramba, the elusive nanny to Michael Jackson's kids, is speaking out for the first time since the pop star's death. From her relationship with the brood, to her unexpected dismissal just weeks before Michael's death, Grace tells all in this interview with celebrity journalist Daphne Barak.
Michael Jackson's former dermatologist and friend, Dr. Arnold Klein, surprised the public yesterday by legally requesting involvement in the well-being of Prince Michael and Paris Katherine. Now, he's explaining his actions.
Previous reports claimed that Klein is the biological father of Prince Michael and Paris, but he has denied it. Klein's lawyers, Mark Vincent Kaplan and Bradley P. Boyer, released a statement yesterday regarding Klein's court request. It reads:
"Dr. Klein has always had a special relationship with Paris Katherine and Prince Michael, loves and cares deeply for these children and is looking out for their best interest. Dr. Klein has been involved with the children in sharing holidays and other special events and wishes to have the ability to continue his involvement as a very close friend of their father and offers his guidance and protection forever."
A Los Angeles judge denied Klein's request to be involved in the health, education and welfare of the children.
After weeks of speculation, Michael Jackson's mother Katherine, 79, will get custody of the pop star's three young children.
Debbie Rowe, mother of Michael's two eldest children, will be granted visitation but will not receive any extra money.
Katherine Jackson's attorney, Londell McMillan, said on "The Early Show" on Thursday, "It's an agreement, an agreement for the best interest of the children. This is not a money deal. This is not about money." McMillian later released a statement saying, "Mrs Jackson and the family are pleased this matter is resolved and was handled in a caring, thoughtful and courteous manner by the parties and their representatives. We were all united in our goals to do what is best for Michael's wonderful children, and both Mrs. Jackson and Debbie Rowe were on the exact same page. Accordingly, although important issues had to be resolved, this was no legal contest but rather simply a process doing the right thing for the right reasons."
Rowe's lawyer Eric George released a statement as well, saying, "The parties engaged in a dignified discussion that resulted in a dignified outcome. The sole consideration between the parties was the best interests of the children. I'm proud to have worked with such professionals who represented Ms. Jackson, and I am particularly proud of Deborah for her integrity and selflessness."
Following Michael's death on June 25, Katherine was granted temporary guardianship of his three children, Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket.