Michael Jackson's son unmasked Tuesday night
Prince Michael will report for 'Entertainment Tonight'
Move over, Billy Bush. Nepotism in entertainment reporting has a new name. And its name is Prince.
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Tuesday night, Michael Jackson's teenaged son will debut as an "Entertainment Tonight" correspondent. Prince Michael Jackson will interview James Franco, Sam Raimi and Zach Braff. And the stars of the movie "Oz the Great and Powerful" will, in turn, pretend that it's perfectly normal for "Entertainment Tonight" to employ 16-year-old correspondents.
Prince Michael -- older brother to Paris, 14, and Blanket, 10 -- was coached for the interview by ET's Brooke Anderson, who told the L.A. Times that he "really did not need that much." ("This may sound strange because he’s 16, but he was very smooth and confident,” Anderson said.)
Segments from the interview will appear throughout the week, and Prince Michael will reportedly return on a "case by case" basis.
In related news, Blanket has not been named the president of a major network. However, just give it another year or two.
How do you think Prince Michael will do?
"Entertainment Tonight" airs weekdays in syndication; check your local listings.
One last fact about Prince Michael own abilities: Before any of you 'haters' ran your wicked, ignorant necks on this discussion board, did you ever see Prince Micheal and Paris in 2010 when they accepted the Lifetime Acheivement Award on behalf of their Father? If your answer is "no"-go pour yourself a nice warm cup of shut the hell up; if your answer is "yes", you have seen that footage and yet you flapped your 'hater' neck on this board anyway-(insert nothing, there is NO rational or basic thinking within the empty gourds atop the flappy necks).
Prince Michael spoke clearly and with more professionalism than most reporters of any age over 16 speak..
p.s. 'Haters'- just like your own children, you don't do your homework either!
My only concern with Prince working with ET is this: why is he working for one of the many "infotainment"/tabloid shows that spent years reporting half-truths and slanted stories about his father, who was against such things?
I am glad to see Michael's Jackson's children havin a life again. They deserve it after what they have been through.