Remember how Michael Jackson always kept his children hidden under masks?
Not surprisingly, the King of Pop's daughter Paris was just as confused by the strange attire as we are, but now that she's older she totally understands why.
In an interview with Oprah, Paris reveals:
"I was really confused. I didn't get why I was wearing a mask. But I understand it now – why my dad would want our faces to be covered. When we went out without him we wouldn't be recognized. We had a normal childhood" – including trips to the children's arcade and restaurant Chuck E. Cheese's. He told us that when he was younger he didn't really have a childhood. He would always be stuck in the studio singing while the kids were out playing. He wanted us to have that."
We always knew MJ missed out on his childhood, but there's something about hearing his daughter say it that makes it even more sad.
At least she understands and was able to go to Chuck E. Cheese and more importantly survived!
[Image via AJ/WENN.com.]
TIME magazine has made a list of the top 100 most influential fashion icons since 1923, but it's who they left off the list that's really creating a buzz.
Noticeably missing from the list of designers, models, photographers, editors, muses, and stylists include Rachel Zoe, Tyra Banks, Roberto Cavalli, Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger, Sarah Jessica Parker — and that's just off the top of our head!
Geez. TIME's selection committee is strict!
So who were the lucky 100 that made the cut? See for yourself AFTER THE JUMP!
Isn't American Idol spending enough already??
Seems like producers of the competition show are pulling out all the stops as they have now hired designer Tommy Hilfiger to be the show's "image consultant."
It was revealed to the contestants on Tuesday, where Tommy told sources:
Madonna rarely attends a big event without a pair of fingerless gloves and Joan Rivers thinks she knows why.
The Fashion Police queen
A bare-faced Ke$ha was amongst the many celebs who checked out the new Michael Jackson The Immortal show this weekend.
Sporting only bright red lips, the auto-tuned singer was spotted outside the Staples Center on Saturday night in sequin leggings, red velvet shoes, a studded leather jacket and a splatter paint shirt.
What do U think of Ke$ha's Saturday night style???
[Image via RHS/WENN.]
Grauman's Chinese Theatre is planning a special hand and footprint ceremony for Michael Jackson this month.
On January 26th MJ's three kids, mom Katherine as well as other Jackson family members will be on hand to imprint the late singer's iconic jeweled glove and performance shoe into cement.
We're sure that will be a HUGE tourist attraction when it finally gets a permanent spot in Grauman's forecourt.
[Image via WENN.]
Earlier this month we told you about a collection of limited-edition Michael Jackson jackets that had been added to the J5 Collection clothing line.
The 1,000 Thriller and Beat It jackets were specifically tailored to the King of Pop's measurements and come hand-signed by the four remaining Jackson 5 members as well as a replica Michael Jackson signature.
However, just a few days later, the pricey ($2,350 each) jackets were back in the media after three of the Jackson brothers sued Steeve Bohbot after not receiving payment for their signatures.
Marlon, Jackie, and Tito Jackson said they were owed $100k each but have now settled the lawsuit in which they claim they were “duped” into the deal.
"Marlon, Tito and I created this project as a tribute to our brother Michael and his fans worldwide, and we are very happy that there has been a resolution.”
"We have such an immense respect for the Jackson brothers and Michael's legacy and are pleased to have resolved this situation.”
Sounds like it was all just a big misunderstanding? Or perhaps the lawsuit forced them to pay the brothers for their signatures as was in the contract.
Either way, did U end up purchasing one of the jackets?