Michael Jackson's three children, Paris, 13, Prince, 14, and Michael Joseph, Jr., aka Blanket, 9, introduced singer Beyoncé at their father's "Forever Michael" tribute concert in Cardiff, England yesterday.
The kids were brought onstage by comedian/actor Jamie Foxx, accompanied by their uncle Jermaine's sons, and auntie LaToya Jackson, 55.
"We're very happy to be here on this special night to honor our father," said Paris, who, along with her bothers wore outfits inspired by the King of Pop.
"She's always pushing the envelope with her boundless energy and talent," she said of Bey, who wore an afro wig and phoned her performance in from an undisclosed location in the U.S.
Paris, right, plays in her brother Blanket's hair
After Beyoncé and her all-girl band performed the Jackson 5 classic, "I wanna Be Where You are," PP&B then joined their uncle Marlon (pictured above) in a rendition of The Jacksons' hit "Blame It On the Boogie" with British boyband JLS, and "Don't Stop Til' You Get Enough" with the other artists during the finale.
Singer/songwriter Ne-Yo urged the 50,000 strong audience members to ignore the drama and controversy caused by the ongoing Conrad Murray manslaughter trial in the U.S. "It's not about the controversy," said Ne-Yo who performed Jackson's hit "Billie Jean." "It's not about the trial. It's not about his death. It's about celebrating his life. It's about celebrating his music.
Tito's sons, the 3Ts: T.J. Jackson, Taj Jackson , Tarryl Jackson
LaToya Jackson, Prince, Blanket and Paris
Prince, Blanket and Paris wit LaToya, Alexandra Burke and Jermaine's sons
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