Jackson kids to appear at Grammys

Prince Michael and Paris Jackson

Jackson kids to appear at Grammys

Michael Jackson's children might perform on stage at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night (31.01.10) as part of a tribute to the life of their pop legend father.

Michael Jackson's children could perform at the Grammy Awards.

Katherine Jackson - who is now the legal guardian of Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11, and Prince Michael II, seven - is reportedly in talks with organisers about whether the kids could sing one of their father's songs at the ceremony at Los Angeles' Staples Centre on Sunday night (31.01.10).

A source said: "Michael first unveiled his legendary moonwalk at the Grammys, so it's only right they all go out with a tribute."

The tribute, which is set to include the premiere of the 'Earth Song' mini-movie, will feature performances from stars including Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Celine Dion and Smokey Robinson.

Singer Keri Hilson - who is up for two awards, Best New Artist and Best Rap/Song - can't wait for the ceremony and the Michael Jackson tribute, but has no idea what to wear.

She said: "I guess my aim would be to stand out. I want it to be kind of the humble approach of being at the Grammys for the first time, first album. So I want that, something great but not something like, 'I'm here. I've arrived.' "


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