Michael Jackson’s kids to do voiceover
Michael Jackson’s children are set to lend their voices to an animation.
The late singer’s three kids Prince, Paris and Blanket are reportedly planning to take their first steps into the world of entertainment. The trio have grown up in the spotlight, but reports suggest they do not possess the superstar’s natural ability to perform. The kids will apparently begin their Hollywood careers by providing voiceovers for an upcoming cartoon. They are hoping this will help them move into live acting roles as they develop their skills.
“They are set to do the voices for a kids’ Asian cartoon hit that is being imported to the US,” a source explained to British newspaper The Sun.
“Paris doesn’t share her father’s singing talents but has done some acting. And if the voice-over work is a success it will lead to more high-profile live action roles.”
Michael passed away in June 2009. Since their father’s death Prince, Paris and Blanket have reportedly been educated at a private school in California. Despite the controversy and press intrusion they witnessed their father go through, the children are keen to pursue a similar career path.
“The older pair in particular have no doubt that they want to follow their dad into showbusiness,” the insider continued. “And they find school tough.”
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