Blanket Jackson prefers to stay out of the public eye, but you’re going to be seeing a lot more of him. Blanket and his brother Prince have started a YouTube show. The brothers talk ‘Avengers: Endgame’ in their first video.
Blanket Jackson usually keeps out of the spotlight, but he made an exception to see his big brother, Prince Jackson, graduate from college.
Where is Blanket Jackson? The youngest son of the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson, lives a very ‘private’ life, out of the spotlight. But, it’s his older brother, Prince who’s helped him ‘break out of his shell’ recently.
Michael Jackson’s youngest son, Blanket, doesn’t show his face in public very often, but we caught a glimpse of him when he showed up to an ‘Avengers: Endgame’ screening.
Is Blanket Jackson living by himself without a proper guardian? A new report claims that his big sister, Paris, is extremely concerned for her youngest brother who should be under the care of his grandmother, Katherine.
The late singer’s three children spoke out, all together, sharing memories of their father for a ‘Remembering Our Michael’ documentary — in fact, it was the first time his son Blanket has spoken out publicly about his dad since Michael’s 2009 death.
Michael Jackson‘s daughter Paris Jackson, 15, and sons Prince Michael, 16, and Blanket, 11, each shared beautiful — and sometimes truly heartbreaking — memories of their father in a new documentary honoring Michael, organized by the family’s matriarch, Katherine Jackson. Paris even revealed that Michael was never able to teach her how to moonwalk, as he had promised to do when she was old enough.
So sad! After the news of her father’s death, Paris broke down sobbing and said that she didn’t want to be an orphan.
In an interview given two days after Michael Jackson‘s death, Dr. Conrad Murray — who is now on trial for manslaughter — told police about the reactions of the singer’s kids to the news. The Daily Mail reports that the taped interview was played for jurors during the trial.
The King of Pop’s kids — Paris, Prince and Blanket — have endured a lot of pain at such young ages. And now a new report says they could be asked to testify if things heat up for the trial of their father’s death.
Michael Jackson‘s manslaughter trial resumes Sept. 30 after a dramatic sequence of events when Michael’s bodyguard, Alberto Alvarez, testified as a witness.
The paintings, which include sketches of Mickey Mouse and Peter Pan, are all signed by the King of Pop and include special notes from his three kids.
Prince, 14, Paris, 13 and nine-year-old Blanket Jackson paid tribute to their late father Michael Jackson on August 8 as they donated a collection of his artwork to the Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles.
The 14-year-old was spotted holding hands with his lady love Niki Berger while out with sister Paris, brother Blanket and cousins Jaafar and Jermagesty!
Wow, the late Michael Jackson‘s kids are growing up FAST! His oldest son Prince, 14, was spotted out and about with his girlfriend Niki Berger at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, CA yesterday, August 3. And the lovebirds weren’t afraid to show a little PDA in front of Prince’s famous family — siblings Paris, 13, and Blanket, 9, and cousins Jaafar, 15, and Jermajesty, 10!
The legendary diva reportedly has agreed to become guardian of Michael’s three kids when their grandmother Katherine can no longer care for them.
Diana Ross was one of Michael Jackson‘s biggest supporters from his childhood on, and now in death she will be a protector of his children — just as he wished her to be!
Their father’s family is AT WAR, so the kids’ Grandma Katherine is moving them out of the Jackson compound and into their own luxurious Los Angeles mansion! Family drama has caused Katherine Jackson to move her late son, Michael Jackson‘s three children, Prince, 13, Paris, 12, and Blanket, 8, out of the Jackson family home, Hayvenhurst and…
This is terrible. An eyewitness who was there on the day Michael died says that his children walked into the bedroom where Dr. Conrad Murray was trying to revive their father.
A witness testified in court yesterday (Jan. 5) that two of Michael Jackson‘s children, Paris and Prince, walked into the bedroom where his personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, attempted to revive him after his fatal drug overdose. On the second day of the preliminary hearing in Los Angeles on an involuntary manslaughter charge against Dr. Murray, Alberto Alvarez, a logistics director for Michael, recalled the moment when the King of Pop’s children witnessed their father’s death.
The much-anticipated interview with Oprah and the Jackson children reveals more hidden surprises than expected. Michael was a pro at preparing French toast?
We all knew secrets would be revealed during Oprah Winfrey‘s exclusive interview with Michael Jackson‘s parents, Katherine and Joe, and children, Prince Michael, 13, Paris, 11, and Blanket, 8 — but we never expected to learn that the King of Pop was an excellent chef or that the masks and veils that his children wore were not his idea. In the interview with Oprah — which airs today, Nov. 8 — Michael’s daughter Paris explains that her dad was a much better father than people gave him credit for. “I kinda felt like no one understands what a good father he was,” she says. “I’d say he was the best cook ever. He was just a normal dad, except he was the best dad. He made the best French toast in the world.” Who knew?
The three children of the late singer are finally breaking their silence about life with, and without, their father.
When he was alive, Michael Jackson did everything he could to protect his three children from the spotlight. He homeschooled them and put them in disguises and masks when they ventured out in public. But since the King of Pop’s death last July, the kids have ventured out in public more and more, and are attending school and even going to karate classes. Now, Prince Michael, 13, Paris, 12, and Blanket, 8, are set to talk openly about life with their dad, in an interview with Oprah.
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