Paris Jackson missed out on her high school prom so she could attend a Metallica concert instead.
The daughter of the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson, made the revelation during a Get Ready Together video with Vogue alongside her brother, Prince.
In the clip, the duo are seen getting hair and make-up done, as they get ready to attend the Ryan Gordy Foundation 60 Years of Motown celebration at the Waldorf Astoria in Beverly Hills, California last week.
"This is my second dress and I feel like a princess," Paris said in the clip. "I never actually went to prom. I skipped it to go see Metallica, so this feels nice. I would want my prom dress to look like this."
Her sibling also approved of the look, adding: "Tinker Belly! Very nice, very nice - pretty."
For the event, the two coordinated their looks, with Paris donning a white gown embroidered with silver gems and Prince opting for a black tuxedo bedazzled with similar jewels.
Honouring her brother and "best friend" in the caption of the clip, the star added on Instagram: "Thank you @voguemagazine, had such a lovely time."
Stormzy teases announcement as mysterious projections appear across London
Is it finally here?
Stormzy‘s fans are speculating that his second album could finally be on the way, after a series of mysterious projections were spotted across London.
Only weeks after the London rapper confirmedÂ that he’s almost finished work on the follow up to 2017’s ‘Gang Signs and Prayer‘, the projection appeared on the front of Shoreditch High Street Overground Station and St Paul’s Cathedral last night (November 18).
Bearing the initials ‘H.I.T.H’, fans are suggesting that it could be a potential album title â with one arguing that it’s the lyric “Heavy Is The Head” from his recent hit single ‘Crown’.
The same initials also featured at the end of his recent release ‘Wiley Flow’.
Others have suggested that it could be “Home In The Hood”. Stormzy himself is yet to comment, but NME has contacted his representatives for comment.
‘Hey World’ features lo-fi film footage of King Krule performing solo with an acoustic guitar. He’s later seen trekking across the countryside, making his way to various outdoor locations in which to play the new songs.
The as-yet-unreleased cuts showcased in the new clip are ‘Perfecto Miserable’, ‘Alone, Omen 3’, ‘(Donât Let The Dragon) Draag On’ & ‘Energy Fleets’. It’s not yet known whether these will feature on the artist’s upcoming fourth album, which will follow on from 2017’s ‘The Ooz‘.
The new material also comes alongside an announcement of live shows for next year. King Krule hits the road for a European tour in March, which will see him stop off in Dublin, Glasgow, Manchester, and London. Further dates will follow in the US across April.
Tickets will go on general sale this coming Friday (November 22) from 10 am.
See King Krule’s full 2020 tour dates below:
3 March â Brussels, A.B
4 March â Paris, LâOlympia
5 March â Amsterdam, Melkweg
7 March â Copenhagen, K.B Hallen
8 March â Berlin, Columbiahalle 19 March â Dublin, Olympia 21 March â Glasgow, Barrowland 22 March â Manchester, Albert Hall 24 March â London, O2 Academy Brixton
2 April â Dallas TX, House of Blues
3 April â Houston TX, White Oak Music Hall
4 April â Austin TX, Stubbs Waller Creek
7 April â Los Angeles CA, Hollywood Palladium
8 April â Oakland CA, Fox Theatre
10 April â Seattle WA, Showbox Sodo
11 April â Portland OR, Roseland Theatre
14 April â Minneapolis MN, First Avenue
15 April â Chicago IL, Riviera Theatre
17 April â Toronto ON, Queen Elizabeth Theatre
18 April â Montreal QC, Mtelus
19 April â Boston MA, House of Blues
21 April â Philadelphia PA, Union Transfer
22 April â Washington DC, 9.30 Club
24 April â Brooklyn NY, Kings Theatre