Paris And Prince Jackson Get Ready For Motown's 60th Anniversary Celebration In New Vogue Video

Paris And Prince Jackson Get Ready For  Motown's 60th Anniversary Celebration In New Vogue Video
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Prince and Paris Jackson recently honored 60 years of Motown and Vogue was there to catch the siblings as they prepared for the event. Both Prince and Paris were laid back as they opened up to the cameras and shared some stories about their childhood. Michael Jackson's children were shielded from the spotlight when they were growing up but now that they are legally adults they are spending more time in the public eye. Paris Jackson and her boyfriend Gabriel Glenn continue to make headlines with their band The Soundflowers and their romantic love that oozes from their social media posts.

Prince Jackson is an avid biker and has shared bits of his life on his social media accounts. Michael Jackson's fans adore his children and many are as protective of them as their father was before his untimely death on June 25, 2009.

Prince and Paris opened the door to their Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills suite as they welcomed Rom Jacob Bokobza and Vogue's crew to document their transformation for the evening.

While fans were excited that the siblings were going to Motown's 60th Anniversary celebration and that they were going to speak, they weren't expecting to get the behind-the-scenes interview with both siblings.

The Vogue video instantly began going viral as it was shared across multiple social media platforms. The official Vogue YouTube video has over 500,000 views.

Prince Jackson shared a beautiful photo with his sister Paris and included the following caption.

"I don’t always dress up...but when I do it’s with my gorgeous sister @parisjackson. Stay classy my friends 😂😂 if you wanna watch the process of the glow up click the link in my bio."

You may see the photo that Prince Jackson shared below.

Prince Jackson explained that he selected the black tuxedo with the sparkly embellishments on the lapel because it reminded him of his dad.

He stated the following, "My dad loved shiny thing, blingy, you know? When I came in yesterday to take a look at the jacket, it was almost nostalgic."

You may see the full video that Vogue shared featuring Prince and Paris Jackson in the video player below.

Paris wore two outfits during the evening and stunned in a black and red Alexander McQueen gown. Both gowns worn by Paris were designed by Sarah Burton.

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