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VIDEO: Jackson's Son Prince Michael is ET's Newest Special Correspondent

February 19
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It appears that Michael Jackson's son Prince Michael has joined the world that his father tried so desperately to shield him from. The eldest Jackson offspring will be the newest 'special correspondent' for the celebrity gossip series ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT. Below, ET's Brook Anderson gives Prince Michael some pointers on his new gig!

For his first assignment, the 16-year-old interviewed actors James Franco, Zach Braff and director Sam Raimi for their upcoming film Oz the Great and Powerful. The segment is scheduled to air sometime this week.

ET's Brook Anderson told People, "We have a mutual connection, and I have been working to do something with him for a while. I thought interviewing the cast of Oz the Great and Powerful would be the perfect opportunity, because he's a fan of The Wizard of Oz, his dad was in The Wiz and he wants to get into directing, producing and acting one day."

The seasoned reporter went on to praise the young Jackson for his work on the piece gushing, "He showed me up big time. Ultimately, he didn't really need too much guidance. I gave him pointers, but he was a natural."

VIDEO: Jackson's Son Prince Michael is ET's Newest Special Correspondent



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