Michael Jackson continues to be remembered by his children and the world. Most recently, his brood participated in a hand and footprint ceremony in front of the famous Grauman Chinese theater. Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket all helped make imprints of their late father's black loafer-style shoes and his trademark sequined glove into the concrete block. At the top of the block "Michael Jackson" was written by Paris, with a heart separating his first and last names. As the children imprinted images their dad's belongings, the crowd showed them love by cheering.
First off, I want to say that I don't watch "Glee". It's not that I have anything against it, it just doesn't fit into my limited television viewing schedule. I have caught a couple of partial episodes by chance. I have to say the show seems entertaining, and I understand why people follow it, but I just have never gotten hooked on it.
Recently, I've noticed that the cast of "Glee" is planning on airing a special tribute show to Michael at the end of January. That's peaked my interest in trying to fit "Glee" into my viewing schedule -- well at least for this one episode.
In a December 2011 interview on the "Ellen" show, Paris Jackson talks about her dad -- the late, great Michael Jackson. It seems that his passing has had a profound effect on his daughter's existence. Things she didn't understand when her dad was alive, she now gets.