Michael Jackson’s Kids Want to Attend Wales Tribute

Michael Jackson’s Kids Want to Attend Wales Tribute

The King of Pop’s babies want to contribute to concert.

Published August 14, 2011

Michael Jackson’s children are growing up fast and seemingly no longer afraid of the light — the limelight, that is.


Since their first big appearance at their father’s burial ceremony two years ago, when Paris gave her tearful speech saying, "Ever since I was born, Daddy has been the best father you could ever imagine," MJ's brood have been spotted out and about far more than ever before.


Now TMZ reports that Prince, 14, Paris, 13, and Blanket, 9, are determined to fly to Wales to see the upcoming MJ tribute with their own eyes. A rep for the family says, “Nothing has been set in stone yet for how they can help, but they really hope they can.”


Following in their father's footsteps, the trio attended a Jackson Family donation event last week at the Children's Hospital Los Angeles.


On the flip side, Jermaine, 56, and Randy, 49, apparently feel that the timing is wrong, explaining, "We find it impossible to support an event that is due to take place during the criminal trial surrounding Michael's death."


While they may be on to something, or just sore because Jermaine’s Vienna-then-London tribute didn’t pan out, the King of Pop’s mom and other siblings (excluding Janet Jackson, 45) are said to be down.

Written by N. Jamiyla Chisholm


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