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CHICAGO – Michael Jackson's two oldest children say they're adjusting well to private school, while their younger brother is still home-schooled.

Prince, Paris and Blanket have been living with grandparents Joe and Katherine Jackson since their pop singer father's fatal anesthetic overdose in June 2009.

They appeared on Monday's episode of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and talked about their famous father.

In the pre-taped interview, 13-year-old Prince says he and his father often walked the beach early in the morning with Coca Cola and candy. Twelve-year-old Paris says her father took her to the art museum and was "the best cook ever."

Prince says he wants to produce and direct movies someday. Paris says she wants to be an actress.


(AP)



After nearly a year and a half of rumors and false reports, Epic Records have finally announced plans for their first collection of posthumous Michael Jackson material -- though most details remain frustratingly unclear.

What's known for sure is that the album will be called "Michael" and will be released on December 14. A teaser for the project will be posted on MichaelJackson.com on Friday, and on Monday, a full song from the album called "Breaking News" will stream on the site for one week.

The album cover was created by painter Kadir Nelson on 2009, featuring depictions of key moments and people from the singer's life.

According to a press release, "Breaking News" was recorded in New Jersey in 2007 and was "recently brought to completion." That would seem to place it among the songs that Jackson recorded with producer Eddie Cascio -- songs that have recently been the subject of many rumors.

Earlier this week, TMZ reported that Michael's children believe that it is not their father singing on the Cascio tracks. Among other reported evidence, Jackson's son Prince was reportedly in the house during the sessions and has said the recorded versions don't match what he heard.

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