One of Michael Jackson's sheltered children, Prince Michael, is planning to step out into the limelight in a few months in honor of one of his late father's philanthropic efforts.
According to People magazine, Prince Michael will appear at an auction in Berlin on November 10 in support of disadvantaged children. The event will showcase the sale of Jackson’s handwritten composition of his 1987 number one single, "Bad."
"Prince Michael Jackson will walk the red carpet and present the manuscript on stage surrounded by children," a spokesperson told the site. And don't expect the 14-year-old to come with any family members. A source close to the event told People that "he won't be traveling alone, but he won't have any family members with him."
The announcement comes less than a week before the start of the much-anticipated trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, who has been charged with Jackson's death. Opening statements are to be televised and scheduled to begin on September 27 and concluded on or about October 28.
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