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19 April 2024

Jackson kids training to be super-stars like father

Prince Michael Jackson, sister Paris and brother Blanket. (BANG)

By Bang

Michael Jackson's children Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket have signed to their aunt La Toya Jackson's new talent agency

La Toya Jackson, 56, reportedly brokered 16-year-old Prince Michael Jackson's new role as a correspondent on 'Entertainment Tonight' as well as his upcoming cameo on 'Beverly Hills 90210' and is trying to negotiate a reality TV series for him and his siblings Paris, 15, and Blanket, 10, after convincing them to sign with her Ja-Tail Enterprises talent agency, which boasts no other clients.

A source told the New York Post's Page Six that the rest of the Jackson family are not happy that La Toya, who will earn 15% commission on each of their deals, has taken control and believe she has manipulated the children and their guardian and grandmother Katherine Jackson.

The insider said: "Prince wasn't exactly eager to do 'ET', but could you tell? When the money is on the line, Toya is going to cash in. I wouldn't bet against her.

"Toya's working it. It's because [Katherine] can't say no to her.

"She pounced while everyone else was making a lot of useless noise. It was her smoke screen, and she got it done.

"She told them how she knew [Michael] better than anybody else, and she knew he'd want them to follow their dreams; and because they were his children, they could be media and entertainment moguls.

"She had a blueprint. She sold it, and they bought it."

La Toya has allegedly been offered a $10 million deal from Oprah Winfrey's network OWN for the children's reality series.

Prince Michael - whose father died from acute Propofol intoxication in June 2009 - hopes to have a long career in the entertainment industry.

He said: "I'm looking to become well-rounded as a producer, director, screenwriter and actor.

"I've been raised around stuff like this so it was different being the interviewer instead of the one being interviewed."