Thursday, January 26, 2012

Video Fresh: Prince, Paris & Blanket Help Honor Their Dad; Micheal Jackson's Hand and Shoe Prints Become A Part of Grauman's Chinese Theatre

Access Hollywood caught up with Prince, Paris and Blanket, today, as they helped honor their dad Michael Jackson, whose hand and shoe prints were put into the courtyard outside Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, an honor that, The King of Pop, always dreamed of.
In fact it was the kids who left the markers for their dad, pressing his shoe prints and of course Paris was the lucky one, who pressed one of her dad's iconic studded gloves into the cement.

“It means a lot that we’re putting our dad’s own shoes and glove in cement,” Paris told Billy – who also hosted the event — before the ceremony. “It feels good to keep his memory of him here at the Chinese Theatre.”

Access Hollywood also talked to Paris about her future acting endeavors:  
Paris, 13, is the first of Michael’s children to follow him into show business, as she gears up to star in “Lundun’s Bridge and the Three Keys,” a live action feature film, based on a children’s book series by Dennis H. Christen.
 “There are other live actors in it, but like, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean,’ [which] had Davy Jones and all that, they’re going to be some animals or creatures in that look like that,” she said of the film, which also features the voices of Larry King as King Pom, his wife, Shawn King as Queen Dalina, and Joey Fatone as Paco, a sea horse.

--Princess Carter

Credit: Access Hollywood

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