LOS ANGELES - He used to hide being a veil when in public with his father. Now Prince Michael Jackson is about to put himself out in the public eye even more. At age 16, he is the newest reporter for "Entertainment Tonight."
After receiving an on-camera coaching session on journalism techniques from ET's Brooke Anderson, Jackson recorded his first interview about the upcoming remake of 'The Wizard of Oz."
The King of Pop had three children; Prince, Paris and Blanket. He kept them out of view of the public until they first appeared at his memorial service, after Jackson died in 2009.
Prince, the oldest child, has made appearances since the death of his father. His siblings have also made themselves available to the public since living with their grandmother.
Though he will inherit millions from his father's estate, he is determined to make his own money, a lawyer for the Jackson family has said.
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