Prince Michael Jackson to appear solo in Berlin at charity auction
Prince Michael Jackson, son of the late entertainer Michael Jackson, will make his first solo appearance at an event in November in Berlin for a charitable cause.
Jackson, 14, will be on hand for the sale of a handwritten composition by Michael Jackson of the hit single "Bad," according to People magazine. Proceeds from the sale, which will happen on November 10, will go to the Tribute to Bambi foundation, which helps organizations that aid needy children in Germany.
"Prince Michael Jackson will walk the red carpet and present the manuscript on stage surrounded by children," a spokesperson from the event told the magazine.
People magazine reports that the teen will travel with an entourage but will not be accompanied by family members.
It will not be Prince Michael Jackson's first time in the country. He traveled with his father, sister, and younger brother, who is known as Blanket Jackson, to the city back in 2002 and Michael Jackson dangled Blanket off a hotel balcony for fans below. Prince Michael Jackson was 5-years-old at the time.
Prince Michael Jackson and his siblings, Paris, 13, and Blanket, 9, recently visited their father's hometown of Gary, Indiana as they and scores of fans celebrated what would have been the late King of Pop's 53rd birthday.
The kids signed autographs and posed for pictures during the 3-day celebration, which was also attended by the singer's parents and their grandparents, Katherine and Joe Jackson.