"Stay humble," said Paris Jackson. "Don't let things get to your head."
This was her advice to other celebrity children in the spotlight during an appearance by all three of Michael Jackson's children to support a drink called Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink.
They were walking the pink carpet at the Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink launch party in Beverly Hills Thursday night.
Why promote the drink?
"To promote healthiness, actually, because it's a very healthy energy drink," Prince Michael, Jackson's eldest child, told Entertainment Tonight, while standing next to his Aunt La Toya Jackson.
There were plenty of other celebrities there, and Mr. Pink Beverages made sure everyone knew about it, tweeting:
Paula Abdul and Cindy Crawford will walk the pink carpet at the Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink Launch Party tonight in Beverly Hills!— Mr. Pink Beverages (@drinkmrpink) October 11, 2012
Prince Michael isn't the only one sharing his love for the drink with the world.
Check out this tweet from Lindsay Lohan:
My new addiction is Mr Pink Ginseng Drink - healthy for you...happy for life!! @drinkmrpink see you on the 11th at the Blvd— Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) October 9, 2012
When asked how "the acting thing" is going, Paris said, "Uh, I can't answer that, I'm sorry." But she ruled out a reality show, saying, "I like to keep some parts of my life private."
The children have been in the news lately over guardianship issues.
Would you watch a reality show with the Jackson children?
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