Paris Jackson, 13, is almost ready to make her acting debut, starring in the upcoming flick, Lundon’s Bridge and the Three Keys.
Today, the Estate of Michael Jackson was immortalized in a hand and footprint ceremony celebrating the King of Pop outside Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.
Hollyscoop talked to Paris’ uncle, Jackie Jackson, at the event. And Jackson told us we can expect great things from Paris’ debut.
“She’s very good,” Jackson said. “She takes lessons all the time. She’s heading in that direction, don’t you think?”
Why, yes, we do. Paris’ debut role will be a fun and interesting one to take on. She plays a girl who survives being brainwashed by a jellyfish queen in the ocean. See? Interesting.
So what advice does Jackie have for his niece and two nephews, Blanket 9 and Prince, 14?
“Just keep your head on straight,” Jackie told Hollyscoop. “Their father [Michael Jackson] was like that.” Jackson added that he hopes the kids will “just follow their father’s path.”
“We’re together all the time,” Jackie says of the time he spends with the Jackson kids.
The family united at the ceremony today, which included Paris, Blanket and Prince as well as Jackson's mother, Katherine Jackson. Celebs like Justin Bieber came to show their support.
The family used Michael’s shoes and a glove to make a hand and footprint impression in the concrete. The event was also meant to kick off the tour for Cirque du Soleil’s Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour.