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Prince Michael Jackson Is ET’s Newest Reporter

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Prince Michael Jackson I AKA , Prince Michael, AKA Michael Joseph Jackson Jr., AKA Michael Jackson‘s oldest son, is working as a special correspondent for Entertainment Tonight. Is everyone else thinking, “Wait…what?” Jackson is 16. Meanwhile Lindsay Lohan still can’t get a job. His first interview for the show was with James Franco, Zach Braff, and Sam Raimi of Oz the Great and Powerful. Ewww, Zach Braff. Sorry, at this point, that’s just a reflex I picked up from the ’00s.

Jackson has great ambitions.

From ABC News:

I’m looking to become well-rounded as a producer, director, screenwriter and actor.

Dude, I don’t even doubt him. I bet he can do it. In this video, an ET exclusive, Jackson is composed, smart, and sauve. Brooke Anderson, his mentor that’s interveiwing him, is the opposite of all of these. Anderson gushes and giggles,

You’re only sixteen but you seem so much wise and older than your years!

To which Jackson responds,

That’s all thanks to my dad.

And then Anderson lets out a hushed and awed, “Aaohhhhhhhhh” like Jackson just told her, “I am the reincarnation of an Egyptian Pharaoh which is why I’m so much older and wiser beyond my years, shamone.”

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  • Sam Raimi is known for beingte director of The Evil Dead. One of the best horror movies ever made. If you haven’t seen, I suggest you give it a watch.. you may not be the same after, lol.. Its ttally insane and the special fx were crazy for that time!! No CGI just camera tricks and fake gore. Dead by Dawn (Evil Dead 2) is just as good!! F*ck Oz.. EVIL DEAD YO

  • For all of you horror hounds out there, he is also attached to The Evil Dead remake coming out his year. But t I suggest you watch the original film bc t’s the best :)

    • I watched the trailer. It was hellishly boring. Like most of the other re-slobbers for money, it is like pulling out a piece of crap and trying to polish it. (Which can be done by the way.)

      Like Friday the 13th remake, ED Rehash looks like a car commercial. I keep expecting someone to pop out with an iPod or iPhone or some other soulless Apple product.

      How horrid cinema has become.