Paris Jacksonâ€˜s father was (and still is) the King of Pop, we were never really allowed to pay much attention to her until, wellâ€¦we lost her father. Seeing the bright-eyed beautyâ€™s pain televised at Michael Jacksonâ€™s memorial service placed a spotlight on the 14-year-oldâ€™s life.
Michael had our attention captured as he dangled his son Blanket over a balcony, attempting to show the flashing cameras the baby without truly showing him. Michael had an odd obsession with keeping his childrenâ€™s identities secret as he shrouded their faces with scarves and masks. He may have well just placed a â€œLook At Me Nowâ€ sign on their foreheads. The media ate it up and tried every chance they could to get a clear photo of Michaelâ€™s kids.
The children of the rich and famous are often at the center of either a scandal or a life riddled with the spoils of being privileged (*ahem* Willow Smith).
There was a time when a Paris of a different famed family (the Hiltons) ruled the tabloids and we cared about her every moveâ€“from her carrying a too-tiny pooch in her purse to stopping for gasâ€“we were hooked. It seems the new Paris on the scene is causing the same frenzy, except sheâ€™s the complete opposite from Paris Hilton.
Paris Jackson is a well-adjusted teenager that doesnâ€™t eat her fame for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sheâ€™s the kind of kid thatâ€™s a part of Black American royalty, but doesnâ€™t seek the limelight. She even seems, dare I say itâ€¦normal. Sheâ€™s in a family filled with superstar nutcases, but keeps her composure solid, way beyond her 14 years. We think Paris Jacksonâ€™s superstar pedigree is bound to push her into inevitable fame, making her the new â€œItâ€ girl. Hereâ€™s why: