The pop music legend’s sister La Toya has reportedly signed the three children to her talent agency, Ja-Tail Enterprises.
Prince Jackson, 16, made his debut on "Entertainment Tonight" as a correspondent and is slated to appear on the TV show "Beverly Hills 90210." Paris Jackson, 15, has signed a movie deal and will start filming in London this year.
La Toya – who gets 15 percent commission on each deal – is now in negotiations for the siblings to appear on a reality show. Insiders tell the website bidding has approached a staggering 10 million.
Prior to his death, MJ was insistent on shielding his children from the public but La Toya says the siblings want to be in the entertainment industry. La Toya started the ball rolling while the rest of the family was in conflict last year, according to the report.
“She told them how she knew [Michael] better than anybody else, and she knew he’d want them to follow their dreams; and because they were his children, they could be media and entertainment moguls.”
OWN, Oprah Winfrey’s network will likely land the series which would feature the children and La Toya with some appearances by the family matriarch Katherine.