Paris Jackson is stepping out from the shadows and ready to follow in the footsteps of her late father, Michael Jackson. The young daughter of the late King of Pop has already signed on for her first movie role in 'Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys,' set to begin filming after the holidays, and this week, she makes her first solo interview debut on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show.'
Next weekend (Saturday, Dec. 17), Michael Jackson fans will have the opportunity to place bids on several items from the estate where the singer spent his last moments on earth. While the items themselves did not belong to the late singer, they were all items from within the rented Beverly Hills estate where the singer died June 25, 2009.
Even if Dr. Conrad Murray was looking to capitalize off of his story concerning Michael Jackson's death, one man is claiming he was writing about the pop star's untimely passing long before the media. In what is surely one of the most twisted and bizarre lawsuits of all time, a man named Everett Watson is looking to sue MSNBC over an interview with Conrad Murray after the death of Michael Jackson. Watson has cited copyright infringement as the offense, since he was working on writing a movie called 'Murder of Michael Jackson: The Perfect Murder.'