INTERVIEW FAB: Paris Jackson OPENS UP To Oprah Winfrey About Wearing A Mask, SAYS "My Dad Wanted Us To Have A Childhood"
During an "Oprah's Next Chapter" interview set to air on Sunday, Paris Jackson opened up about life after the death of her father, Michael Jackson, and revealed to Oprah Winfrey what she thought about wearing "masks" as a child. Get the deets inside....
Stunning teen Paris Jackson sat down with Oprah Winfrey, for an "Oprah's Next Chapter" where she talked about the legacy of her father Michael Jackson and what life's been like since his passing saying, "It never gets easier."
The topic of "childhood" was a recurring theme throughout the interview, since the lack of a childhood was one of Michael Jackson's life-shaping events. Paris revealed that he made them wear masks so they could indeed have the childhood he missed.
"I was really confused. I didn't get why I was wearing a mask," Jackson reveals. "I understand it now. My dad wanted us to be covered [because] he wanted us to have a childhood." She explained, that covering up was the only way they could be like other kids. "Chuck E. Cheese was one of our most favorite places to go."
You can check out the Oprah's Next Chapter interview (also featuring 50 Cent) airing this Sunday at 9 p.m. on OWN.
Watch the clip here: