MILAN (AP) - Michael Jackson's nephews and heirs to his musical talent say they are ready to take up the pop superstar's legacy, ending a 15-year hiatus prolonged by his dispute with Sony and untimely death.
For Michael Jackson's nephews and Tito Jackson's sons, Taj, Taryll, and TJ, there is no such thing as living their lives out of the limelight. So, they've decided to embrace it. The result is the Lifetime docuseries "The Jacksons: The New Generation," premiering Oct. 2.
But RnB group 3T did not seem to get much gratitude for performing at his memorial concert in Wales last week, as they had to book their own flights home. The trio reportedly had their plane tickets cancelled due to a problem between Michael Forever organisers Global Live and travel company Entertainment Travel Company.
Michael Jackson's Family, 5 Years After His Death | Where Are They Now | Oprah Winfrey Network
On June 25, 2009, the world was shocked to learn of the sudden death of music icon Michael Jackson. More than five years later, Jermaine Jackson, Michael's brother and former Jackson 5 bandmate, says he still mourns Michael every day. "People don't understand how Jackie, Tito, Marlon, myself, Randy-how we feel," Jermaine says.
Friday on 'The Real' - It's a Jackson Takeover with 3T!
Taj, Taryll and TJ Jackson give an inside look at the REAL Jackson family with their new show, "The Jacksons: Next Generation," and this Friday they're sharing why they decided to do it. You won't want to miss this 3T takeover!
3T talk about their constantly postponed career, and Eternal and A1 meet up. There's just one band left to meet properly on The Big Reunion - yes, it's time for 3T to step up to the plate with talk of their aunt's nipples, being a Jackson and intense games of Pictionary.