Prince: Attending the musical premiere in London

Prince: Attending the musical premiere in London

Prince, Paris and Blanket Jackson, Michael Jackson’s children, attended the premiere of “MJ: The Musical” together in London.

A rare sight: The three children of the late US star Michael Jackson (1958-2009), Prince Michael Jackson, Jr. (27), Paris (25) and Prince Michael Joseph Jackson, II (22), who was described by the press as ” Blanket” attended the premiere of the musical theater piece “MJ: The Musical” at the Prince Edward Theater in London on Wednesday. The musical is based on the life of the legendary entertainer and was nominated for ten Tony Awards.

Paris Jackson looked serious

Paris arrived at the event in a brown, ankle-length, off-the-shoulder dress with an arrow detail and lace-up details. The musician also wore matching strappy shoes. Her brothers chose dark suits and shoes, Prince paired it with a wine-red shirt, his brother Blanket a white shirt that he slightly unbuttoned at the top. While Paris, who is also a sought-after model, looked serious throughout, Prince was beaming from ear to ear during the appearance. Even the youngest one occasionally cracked a smile.

Michael Jackson had his two older children with Debbie Rowe (65), with whom he was married from 1996 to 2000. Her younger brother was born through a surrogate mother and the identity of his biological mother is unknown.

Many other celebrities also didn’t miss the musical premiere. Among others, film composer Hans Zimmer (66) attended the event with his daughter Zoe Zimmer (36).

Planned biopic “Michael”

Next April, “Michael,” the film biography of the “King of Pop” Michael Jackson, is scheduled to be released in theaters. None other than Michael Jackson’s nephew Jaafar Jackson (27), who has hardly any acting experience, becomes his famous uncle.

The planned film aims to paint an “in-depth portrait of the complicated man who became the King of Pop. It will bring to life Jackson’s most iconic performances and provide an in-depth look into the entertainer’s artistic process and personal life,” Lionsgate previously announced .

“Aviator” and “Gladiator” author John Logan (62) is responsible for the script. The actor Colman Domingo (54, “Rustin”), who has just been nominated for an Oscar, portrays Jackson’s father Joe Jackson (1928-2018). Miles Teller (36) and Nia Long (53) play other roles.

Source: Stern

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