We assumed that Michael Jackson’s children appearing on TV to talk about their father and how they’ve been coping since his death in June 2009 was a one-off thing with Oprah, at least for a few more years — but it appears that interviews with the media are becoming a semi-regular thing. Paris, Prince and Blanket, along with Michael’s mother Katherine, appeared on Good Morning America to discuss their lives without their father. Watch a preview below.
When Robin Roberts asked the Jackson children what they’d like to do, Paris echoed what she told Oprah — that she’d like to become an actress. “I’m thinking about auditioning for a play next week,” she says.
Prince’s goal was a bit more vague, but heartfelt: “Continue what our dad was doing.”
Being that it isn’t even yet the two-year anniversary of Jackson’s death, we’re a little iffy on why we’re being invited into their lives now. Besides, you know, ratings, since Jackson is just as popular — and profitable — as ever.
The full interview airs on Good Morning America tomorrow.