Don't know how Michael Jackson would feel about this considering he went to great lengths to prevent it when he was alive, but his daughter Paris Jackson is stepping into the limelight. Paris has big dreams of becoming an actress and carrying on her father's legacy. She recently landed her first movie role in Lundon Bridges and the Three Keys and the promotional appearances have begun
Paris gave her first ever solo TV interview to none other than Ellen DeGeneres on Ellen. In the interview, Paris talks about her desire to act, how her father helped improve her acting skills, and wearing masks to hide her identity. She said at the time she thought the masks were "stupid," but now that she's older she understands that her father had good intentions.
What do you think about Paris Jackson carrying on her father's legacy?