Michael Jackson: why his daughter Paris is talking about her again

The King of Pop’s daughter in a TV series, it was bound to make some noise. Paris Jackson appeared in the new Amazon Prime series this Friday, March 17. In Swarm !, she plays a small role, but noticed. “Don’t tell me it’s Paris Jackson, the daughter of Michael Jackson in Swarm!”, “Paris Jackson is so real in Swarm!” or “Paris Jackson is a very good actress. I would like to see her in more things”. The new fiction was created by Donald Glover and co-produced by Malia Obama, the daughter of the former President of the United States.

In Swarm !, viewers follow the adventures of Dre, a young woman unconditional fan of a singer, greatly inspired by Beyoncé. Originally from Houston, she will find a job as a stripper, quickly become friends with a certain Hailey, interpreted by the eldest daughter of the famous singer who died in 2009. The role of Dre is played by Dominique Fishback, who gives the reply to Chloe Bailey, Damson Idris or Rory Culkin. A few appearances, like Paris Jackson, are also in order. This is particularly the case with the singer Billie Eilish who is making her acting debut.

Not his first try

In this episode of Swarm ! viewers can pick up several references to the real life of Paris Jackson. Like when she lets Dre know she’s mixed race, even if it doesn’t show at first glance.

The young woman who is also a model, muse and musician, not making her debut as an actress. She had already played in the musical series Starspin-off d’Empirewhich chronicles the launch of a group of three friends in Atlanta. The 24-year-old had played the role of Rachel Wellsa young woman described as “chic, elegant and intimidating”, but also addicted to social networks. She also made a notable appearance in American Horror Storiesa film derived from American Horror Story.

Article written in collaboration with 6Medias.

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