Michael Jackson's Kids Likely To Perform At Grammys
Late pop legend Michael Jackson's children may perform at the Grammy Awards on Sunday. Jacko, who won 13 Grammys, will get a posthumous lifetime achievement award at the ceremony.
Sources have said that Grammy producers are making a last-minute effort to incorporate Michael Jackson's children, Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket, into Sunday night's tribute to their late father.
The Grammys tribute will feature a 3-D mini movie set to Jackson's "Earth Song" that was going to be featured in his "This is It" tour.
"They've been working on everything from them singing to just making an appearance," the Grammys insider says of Jackson's children's possible involvement.
A source close to the Jackson family said that the children "might" be there. The family source confirms that several members of the Jackson family, including father Joe, are scheduled to attend the Grammys.
"They might go, but Kate (Kathryn, their grandmother) is very protective of having them in front of the cameras, so I doubt they will walk the carpet," said the source.
Singers Usher, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson, Celine Dion and Smokey Robinson are among the confirmed participants in the Jackson tribute.