Michael Jackson - Jackson Dreamed Of Leaving Mark At Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Michael Jackson's children were honoured to celebrate their father with a ceremony at Hollywood's Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Thursday (26Jan12), because the late King of Pop always wanted to "have his name" displayed outside the venue.
Prince, 14, Paris, 13, and nine-year-old Blanket placed one of the King of Pop's sequined gloves and a pair of his shoes into wet cement in front of the Los Angeles landmark.
They were joined at the revered venue by Smokey Robinson, Justin Bieber and Thriller producer Quincy Jones, and Prince reveals it was his dad's dream to make his mark.
He tells Access Hollywood's Billy Bush, "He wanted to have his name, like, right outside the Chinese Theatre, so this is kind of like him achieving his goal."
Paris adds, "It means a lot that we're putting our dad's own shoes and glove in cement. It feels good to keep his (sic) memory of him here at the Chinese Theatre."