The sibling duo appeared on the seventy fifth annual ceremony on Sunday night time in New York Metropolis to highlight “MJ: The Musical,” the jukebox musical about their father, Michael Jackson, which garnered 10 nominations at this 12 months’s ceremony, together with Finest New Musical and Finest Guide of a Musical.
Paris, 24, and Prince, 25, the 2 kids of the late singer and his ex-wife Debbie Rowe, took the stage early on within the present to sweetly introduce a efficiency from the manufacturing.
“Lots of people appear to suppose our dad modified common music eternally — and who’re we to disagree? However what folks might not know is he liked musicals, on movie and on the stage,” mentioned Prince. “That’s why we’re so extremely honored to introduce the night time’s first nominee for greatest musical, ‘MJ,’ which, utilizing a lot of his iconic hits, appears on the complexities and brilliance of our father’s course of.”
Wearing a flowing blush pink robe, Paris then added,” This quantity showcases that inventive course of as he builds a dance routine, step by unforgettable step, to one among his greatest liked hits.”
“Drawing on a number of the influences who helped encourage his signature model,” she continued. “So it’s our nice honor to introduce Tony nominee Myles Frost and the outstanding forged of ‘MJ.’”
Frost and firm then delivered a show-stopping rendition of “Easy Prison.”
Michael Jackson was additionally the daddy to Bigi Jackson, previously often called Blanket, 20, who made a uncommon look alongside his two siblings in a Good Morning Britain interview final 12 months.
Earlier within the night, Paris was photographed embracing Frost, who obtained optimistic critiques for his portrayal of the pop icon, on the pink carpet earlier than posing for pictures collectively.
Written by two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning Lynn Nottage and produced in coordination with the late singer’s property, “MJ: The Musical” chronicles a pivotal second in Jackson’s life, as he rehearses for the 1992 Harmful World Tour.
Set a 12 months earlier than Jackson was first accused of sexual abuse, the musical completely sidesteps the controversy about the singer’s alleged misconduct with kids, which was the main focus of HBO’s 2019 documentary “Leaving Neverland.”