Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

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Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 08:23:22 AM
Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

Hearing her father's voice singing "I'll Be There" left Michael Jackson's daughter, Paris, in tears.

The 13-year-old broke down and leaned her head on the shoulder of a young woman, reportedly a cousin, who consoled her as Jackson's image appeared on a giant screen. The emotional moment came near the end of Saturday's Las Vegas premiere of Cirque du Soleil's "The Immortal" at Mandalay Bay.

In a rare public appearance, Paris and her brothers, Prince Michael and Prince Michael II, also known as Blanket, even joined family members on the red carpet.

They sat in the front row, at the front of the runway, with the group that included Katherine Jackson and Tito and Jackie Jackson, brothers of the late pop icon. Missing was family patriarch Joe Jackson, a Las Vegas resident, and son, Jermaine.

The tour opened in Montreal on Oct. 2 and will run for three weeks at Mandalay Bay, where a resident version of the show will open in 2013.

The red carpet turnout included Motown Records founder Barry Gordy, John Landis, who directed Jackson's epic "Thriller" video, James Gandolfini of "The Sopranos," Allison Janney of "West Wing," and former "Phantom: The Las Vegas Spectacular" star Sierra Boggess and her fiancé, Tam Mutu, her co-lead in Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Love Never Dies." Boggess is a personal friend of Tara Young, artistic director for Cirque's collaboration with the Jackson family. ... Mark Salling of "Glee," Criss Angel and his fiancé, Sondra Gonzalez, Mike McCready of Pearl Jam, "Peepshow" star Holly Madison, Matt Goss, Carrot Top, Orlando Jones and Babyface.

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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 08:24:05 AM
I didn't know that she cried. Is there a video of it?
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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 08:31:05 AM
It's not about XFactor. It's about the Immortal tour in Vegas yesterday...

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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 08:35:08 AM
Thank you for sharing this. Are you thinking of the X-Factor song where they showed her because I don't know that I've seen any footage of the actual Cirque show from Vegas yet other than the red carpet.

This makes me unsettled to see her upset. I don't believe she'd be acting now so maybe she's just emotional to see MJ's dreams being finalized. IDK - I still believe he's alive. Maybe she's like me and just gets emotional over certain songs. I'll be interested to hear more about their evening.

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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 08:39:42 AM
This is so sad!
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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 08:49:12 AM
Thank you for sharing this. Are you thinking of the X-Factor song where they showed her because I don't know that I've seen any footage of the actual Cirque show from Vegas yet other than the red carpet.

This makes me unsettled to see her upset. I don't believe she'd be acting now so maybe she's just emotional to see MJ's dreams being finalized. IDK - I still believe he's alive. Maybe she's like me and just gets emotional over certain songs. I'll be interested to hear more about their evening.

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Is there a video of it where we can see her crying? I was asking that. Voice I agree with what you wrote. She could be crying to see MJ's dreams being finalized or maybe just got emotional because it's an amazing song and I cry every time I listen that song too. OR maybe she misses her dad because she can not see him everyday. Still, I would like to see a video of it. We shouldn't forget that she is an actress on the other hand. ;)

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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 09:59:56 AM
This is not good.

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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 10:16:30 AM
I'm not down playing her tears, that is her father, and maybe she feels it or sensitive like her father. This song is beautiful and he too was emotional singing it. I'm remembering the Jackson's 30th anniversary show when Michael wept at the end of it.
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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 10:21:00 AM
I would like to be able to watch a video, ..as well as published the photos

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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 10:43:02 AM
Even I cry when I hear that song...among many other MJ songs. We need to stop over-analyzing.
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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 10:48:14 AM
Even I cry when I hear that song...among many other MJ songs. We need to stop over-analyzing.

Exactly!

She's a lovely young girl going through alot...can't she have one unguarded moment without it being put under a microscope? :roll:

video? pictures?.....really? :|

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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 11:01:56 AM
She's only 13, and I can't imagine what it would be like for her. All the memories in Vegas, seeing things from home - of Neverland ranch. Whether we think he's alive or not, he's gone. Then there's tributes, shows, interviews, media. I'm sure at times it's overwhelming. I don't think video or pics of the kids is necessary. Only the goofy what if it's papa vids. ;D
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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 11:05:10 AM
It is very normal to have a moment of weakness, we will not know what are the reasons for her tears. We can speculate on many reasons, but we will not know really.
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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 11:33:10 AM
I cried while watching the Immortal show...and I KNOW he's alive.


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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 12:12:37 PM
Even I cry when I hear that song...among many other MJ songs. We need to stop over-analyzing.

Exactly!

She's a lovely young girl going through alot...can't she have one unguarded moment without it being put under a microscope? :roll:

video? pictures?.....really? :|

I agree with both viewpoints wholeheartedly and give extra applause to Snoopy71 for those comments.  I saw this earlier and had planned to post but you guys beat me to it.  IMO we should all be very careful and very aware that although Michael has invited us on or into this hoax adventure that there is still an amount of space and respect that needs to be given to his family...especially his children.  We do not own them and they do not owe us 24/7/365 proof of their activities just so we can analyze their behavior to see how it fits in the hoax.

This song in particular has been hard for even some of the most fervent beLIEvers to hear without breaking down...or so they say.  How on earth could we blame his daughter (that obviously is missing the everyday normalcy of him "being there" that she had with her Dad) for having a "moment"?  Why people want to throw their hands in the air...run around like chicken little saying the sky is falling and this can't be good...is beyond me.  Paris is a human being...with very human emotions and Thank God she does.  It shows us just how well and with how much love she was raised.

Lastly...I just have to say this but I'm prefacing it with a clear statement that I completely believe that Michael has not left us.  But on the off-off-off-off-off-off-off chance that we've been wrong all this time (again...I don't think so) ... and if that was a moment of true grief for that sweet girl...then how dare anyone ask for visual proof!!!  IMO that would be an unforgivable invasion of her privacy and any responsible adult should be ashamed for asking.  Sorry if that ruffles some feathers but it's how I feel about these particular types of situations.
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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 12:17:00 PM
Even I cry when I hear that song...among many other MJ songs. We need to stop over-analyzing.

Exactly!

She's a lovely young girl going through alot...can't she have one unguarded moment without it being put under a microscope? :roll:

video? pictures?.....really? :|

I agree with both viewpoints wholeheartedly and give extra applause to Snoopy71 for those comments.  I saw this earlier and had planned to post but you guys beat me to it.  IMO we should all be very careful and very aware that although Michael has invited us on or into this hoax adventure that there is still an amount of space and respect that needs to be given to his family...especially his children.  We do not own them and they do not owe us 24/7/365 proof of their activities just so we can analyze their behavior to see how it fits in the hoax.

This song in particular has been hard for even some of the most fervent beLIEvers to hear without breaking down...or so they say.  How on earth could we blame his daughter (that obviously is missing the everyday normalcy of him "being there" that she had with her Dad) for having a "moment"?  Why people want to throw their hands in the air...run around like chicken little saying the sky is falling and this can't be good...is beyond me.  Paris is a human being...with very human emotions and Thank God she does.  It shows us just how well and with how much love she was raised.

Lastly...I just have to say this but I'm prefacing it with a clear statement that I completely believe that Michael has not left us.  But on the off-off-off-off-off-off-off chance that we've been wrong all this time (again...I don't think so) ... and if that was a moment of true grief for that sweet girl...then how dare anyone ask for visual proof!!!  IMO that would be an unforgivable invasion of her privacy and any responsible adult should be ashamed for asking.  Sorry if that ruffles some feathers but it's how I feel about these particular types of situations.



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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 12:26:49 PM
@Love4Michael  /bravo/

VERY well stated.

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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 12:59:15 PM
Why should we have 'proof' for the girl crying? People cry when they are sad, that's pure emotion and no sign of weekness at all. It's a strength to feel what you feel and share it - if you can't be sad you cannot be happy, it's so easy for emotional intelligent humans. Why should Paris' tears be hoax-related interesting for us to watch? I feel with her and what the fans feel is not half of what MJ's kids going through.

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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 01:06:08 PM
I agree with everyone that the family deserves our respect with regard to their privacy.  However, this comment was posted publicly and cannot but have to do with the hoax as I'm quite certain that Michael is in absolute control of what is 'leaked' to the public.  Why would he leak this information?  Perhaps he's testing the limits of our faith and our confidence in the conclusions we have drawn from the evidence. 

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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 01:31:04 PM
I agree with everyone that the family deserves our respect with regard to their privacy.  However, this comment was posted publicly and cannot but have to do with the hoax as I'm quite certain that Michael is in absolute control of what is 'leaked' to the public.  Why would he leak this information?  Perhaps he's testing the limits of our faith and our confidence in the conclusions we have drawn from the evidence. 

I give Michael TONS of credit in the capability department...but for your logic to be true he'd have to be able to control every human being on the planet and that is simply and sadly not possible.  If it were possible, we wouldn't be going through all that we are right now because he would have simply stopped evil in it's tracks long ago.  So while I believe that Michael does indeed control what is "out there" for mass consumption when he can...I believe that there are still low-lifes preying about...vying for any bit of sensationalism they can find to disseminate.

As far as testing our confidence is concerned...I think there is probably some of that from time to time.  There's no better way to strengthen ones resolve than to have to question it from within.
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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 02:43:38 PM
Even I cry when I hear that song...among many other MJ songs. We need to stop over-analyzing.

Exactly!






She's a lovely young girl going through alot...can't she have one unguarded moment without it being put under a microscope? :roll:

video? pictures?.....really? :|



I think that the better thing is waiting for the video.....  :? :roll: typing/ confused/
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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 05, 2011, 11:18:26 PM
I think we can put this to rest peacefully and say that based on Paris' own words about the show it brought back memories and was very touching. So, for me, I am happy that it touched her heart that way. I know I cry when I see things like that and I am not directly related to it all. 

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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 06, 2011, 05:29:50 AM
It's a beautiful song.  It always got me a little emotional for as long as I can remember.  Even the Mariah Carey/Trey Lorenz Duet version can do me in. 

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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 06, 2011, 10:14:47 PM
Why should we have 'proof' for the girl crying? People cry when they are sad, that's pure emotion and no sign of weekness at all. It's a strength to feel what you feel and share it - if you can't be sad you cannot be happy, it's so easy for emotional intelligent humans. Why should Paris' tears be hoax-related interesting for us to watch? I feel with her and what the fans feel is not half of what MJ's kids going through.

I personally didn't want to see the video of it as a proof of Paris is crying but as a proof if the article is telling the truth or not.

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Re: Daughter in tears over 'I'll Be There'

  • on: December 14, 2011, 11:00:12 AM
"I'll Be There" makes me cry too.
So do memories of Michael being around when everyone knew he was still around.
Sometimes even just hearing Michael's voice or remembering his sweet face makes me teary.
And I KNOW that God and I know he is alive and well.


Why did I cry then?
Just the love, I guess. The emotion he brings out in me.


Now amplify this x1000 and you get why Paris cried.
Not because her father is 'dead', not because he's gone forever.

But because he wasn't there with her at that moment to hold her as he usually does.
(I wish he was near me too.)


Bravo bravo bravo to everyone's posts, they say what I was thinking, but I had to add my thoughts too. @.@

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