It is together, elegant and smiling, that Paris and Prince Jackson walked the red carpet of the Tony Awards on Sunday evening. Michael Jackson’s daughter and son paid a moving tribute to their father as the musical “MJ: The Musical”, dedicated to the star, was named 10 times. “A lot of people seem to think our dad changed popular music forever and who are we to disagree with that? But what people might not know is that he loved musicals and stage shows,” Prince Jackson said. “That’s why we’re incredibly honored to present his first-ever nomination in the Musical Show category, which uses many of his iconic titles, and delves into the complexity and creative genius of our father,” he added. .
P aris Jackson, wearing a long pink dress, also said she was very honored to be present on stage to introduce this show to the public. The singer’s third child, Blanket, now 20 years old but particularly discreet in the media, was not present. Paris and Prince, on the other hand, posed with Myles Frost, who plays the role of their father in the musical. Written by two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage, and produced in coordination with the late singer’s estate, “MJ: The Musical” chronicles a pivotal moment in Michael Jackson’s life: preparations for his Dangerous world tour in 1992.