August 14, 2018

Paris Jackson shares photos with rarely seen grandma supporting her at live show

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Paris Jackson, one of the daughters of the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson, took to Instagram to share videos and photos next to her grandmother Katherine Jackson.

For the first multi-picture slideshow, Paris, her bandmate and reported boyfriend Gabriel Glenn, Katherine, and several other people posed for the camera in a green land where they were enjoying live music.

The next images showed Gabriel talking, laughing, and taking photos with Katherine, who was in a wheelchair next to a table. Other pictures displayed Paris kissing her grandmother and sharing a tender moment as Katherine was seen holding back tears.

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While it was not stated in the caption, the 88-year-old woman was probably crying for Joe Jackson, the patriarch of one of the most popular and influential families in the entertainment industry.

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He died at a hospice in Las Vegas on June 27 at the age of 89, two days after his son Michael's ninth death anniversary and less than a month before his 90th birthday.

For the caption of that slideshow, Paris admitted that she couldn’t believe Katherine attended her band’s second live show ever. She added to being very scared and that she was happy about playing for her and an incredible cause: the Canyon Sessions cancer fundraiser.

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The photos that Paris shared next to Katherine were not the only highlight of the day as the 20-year-old singer got onstage with his band, the "SoundFlowers."

She posted several videos of their presentation on Instagram and, in the last one, Gabriel was seen kissing and helping Paris getting up.

Daily Mail reported that, after that, the alleged couple was spotted getting very comfortable together while listening to other bands playing. They even strolled barefoot through the lawn holding hands and arm-in-arm.

At the end of the event, the "Soundflowers" and the rest of the bands that played during the day raised $20,000 for cancer.

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