Michael Jackson’s Kids Attend Premiere Of ‘Michael Jackson Immortal World Tour’

Prince Michael, Paris, and Blanket Jackson attended the Michael Jackson Immortal World Tour premiere by Cirque du Soleil at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday (December 3).

Many other celebrities showed up for the tribute of the late King of Pop as well, but all eyes were on Michael’s kids.

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Michael Jackson’s Kids Pay Tribute To Their Father

Michael Jackson’s children Prince, Paris and Blanket attended their father’s “Tribute Concert” along with the performances of major artists like Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Jamie Foxx, and many more in Cardiff, England on Saturday (October 8).

The concert was a way for Prince, Paris and Blanket to get away from their father’s trial which is currently taking place and taking a toll on the family.

Despite most of Michael’s family being unhappy about the timing of the tribute and trial, La Toya showed her support for Michael and the kids as did the many super celebs who attended and performed at the event.

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Top Psychologist Heaps Praise On Oprah For Relaxed Interview With Jackson’s Kids

One of America’s leading child psychologists has applauded Oprah Winfrey for the way she handled a candid sit down interview with Michael Jackson’s children.

Dr. Fran Walfish, the author of upcoming book The Self-Aware Parent, watched the Oprah special, which aired in America on Monday (11/8), and was impressed with what she saw.  Winfrey taped the show with Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket, their nieces and nephews and grandparents, Joe and Katherine Jackson, in the garden of the family’s Encino, California home.  Walfish tells WENN,

“Oprah gets kudos for her choice to interview the children as a sibling group with the support of their grandparents present in their own backyard, versus individually and in front of a studio audience.

“These children suffered the traumatic sudden death of their primary beloved parent – their father. They are now a team who can support each other because they endured something terrible together as a unit.

“Oprah’s relaxed style, gentle humour, and approachability helped the kids feel comfortable, or as comfortable as these children could feel given the awkward circumstances. Oprah’s questions were appropriate.”

But the doctor did spot one thing that concerned her about the chat – Jackson’s daughter is growing up too fast.
The talkative 12 year old did the bulk of the chatting while her brothers seemed shy and reluctant to be a part of the interview, and Walfish says,

“Paris appears to be a smart young, sincere, articulate, and mature girl. In psychological terms, Paris seems to be pseudo-mature – that’s fancy talk for grown-up too young.

“She may have assumed the role of mom to her younger brothers. But she needs to be a kid and enjoy freedom from worry and caregiving while she is still a child.”

And Walfish fears Jackson’s kids got little positive out of their meeting with Winfrey, adding,

“The question must be asked, why did the paternal grandparents decide to go against Michael’s wishes and air the children on national TV? There is nothing positive the children could have gotten out of the public airing of this piece.

“They likely would have benefited more from this warm, wonderful exchange with Oprah had it not been viewed by millions of people around the world.”

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Oprah Winfrey To 'Interview Jackson Kids'

Michael Jackson’s three children are set to break their silence in a candid chat with talk show queen Oprah Winfrey, according to a new report.

Winfrey visited the late singer’s mother Katherine on Saturday (10/9) at her Encino, California home, where she interviewed the family matriarch, her husband Joe and took a tour of the property.  But new reports suggest Winfrey also sat down with other members of the family – Jackson’s three children, Prince Michael, 13, Paris, 12, and eight-year-old Blanket.

The siblings, who have never been interviewed, are believed to have opened up about their famous dad for Winfrey, who is wrapping up the final season of her hit daytime show.

The episode is due to air in the coming weeks, according to the New York Daily News. The “Thriller” star, who died last year (09), went to great lengths to keep his kids shielded from the spotlight, schooling them at home and covering their faces with masks and cloths in public.

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