Ellen DeGeneres made an interview with the daughter of Michael to be broadcast on December 15
Paris Jackson, Michael Jackson’s daughter, gave her first solo interview for television and talked about how his father inspired. In a chat with Ellen DeGeneres, to be broadcast on 15 December, the 13 year old told how she decided to become an actress. “I love acting. When I was very little my dad was in the movie Moonwalker and I knew he could sing, but also could act. I saw that and Then I said ‘wow want to be like him.’ We could do improvisation together. He gave us small stages. It was like ‘ok in this scene you will mourn and I’m going to mourn at the time.’ ” The girl also said she hated to wear a mask each came forth with her father, thought it was stupid, but then realized that Jackson just wanted to protect them. About to go for the first time a school is another thing that has pleased Paris. “It’s definitely a different experience. I have a normal childhood. I mean, I’m treated the same. When I came to Buckley (your school) did not know who he was. It was like him, I have a chance to be normal. ” Paris also reported that her father once said that if he died, remember everything he had said.
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