Michael Jackson's eldest son took to Instagram on Sunday to post an adorable video in congratulations for Paris Jackson after she took the stage to present at the 2017 Grammy Awards.
"Alright, so you guys can say a lot of stuff, you guys can say a lot of stuff, but she designed that dress," he said. "Look at all those people! What did you do today?!"
LOL! But aside from being a funny yet protective older brother, he also shared some very sweet words.
"So proud of my sister, not only did she address a crowd that big, but she designed a tasteful dress that expresses her individuality and uniqueness and she ROCKED it," he wrote. "Proud of you @parisjackson."
We certainly agree!
Paris made our list of Best Dressed stars with her incredible striped Balmain jumpsuit that she walked the red carpet in.
But she really dropped jaws when she hit the stage in her custom Jeremy Scott dress that she designed while announcing The Weeknd's performance.
Needless to say, she's growing up to be a true icon all on her own.
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Paris Jackson Reflects on Accepting Late Dad Michael Jackson's Lifetime Achievement Award, Plus, See Her Grammys 2017 Red Carpet Look
Queen Bey gave her butterflies! Paris Jackson walked the 2017 Grammys red carpet on Sunday, February 12, at Staples Center in Los Angeles, where she opened up about accepting the Lifetime Achievement Award on behalf of late dad Michael Jackson at the ceremony in 2010. See what she had to say in the video above!
According to the 18-year-old, Beyoncé made the moment super nerve-racking. “I was really nervous and I made eye contact with Beyoncé who was in the first row and I, like, almost peed myself,” Paris, who was just 11 years old at the time, told E! News’ Ryan Seacrest. “I was so excited and then I, like, couldn’t think of what to say. But that was like my main focus.”
Paris’ father died at age 50 in 2009 from acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication. The singer-actress — who walked the carpet solo in a stunning, multicolored Balmain jumpsuit — also chatted with Seacrest, 42, about following in MJ’s footsteps and her future in showbiz.
“I’m not sure yet. I haven’t decided what I’m gonna do,” she said in regard to her music career. “I’m not sure. I guess we’ll find out.”
However, Paris is thrilled about her upcoming role on Fox’s new series Star. “I’m very excited about it,” she said. “The cast was amazing to work with and just the director and the writers, they’re all fantastic.”
The teen scion’s Grammys appearance comes just days after Us Weekly confirmed her split from boyfriend Michael Snoddy after less than a year of dating.
“Paris ended things with Michael,” an insider told Us on February 8. However, the source said that it is possible that the two will end up back together. “It might just be a temporary fix until she finds her way back to Michael again,” the insider added.
PARIS JACKSON WEARS BALMAIN AT THE 2017 GRAMMYS AWARDS
Taking after her fashionable late father, Michael Jackson, Paris Jackson stepped out in style at the Grammys on Sunday in a figure-hugging, rainbow-hued Balmain gown.
Styled by Sonia Young, the aspiring model and actor teamed the plunging look with Balmain shoes, jewels by Kimberly McDonald, and a WAR clutch by designer pal Michael Bradley.
"It's glam-meets-her-inner-'70s-flower-child," says Young of the split-pant look from Balmain's spring 2017 ready-to-wear collection. "She's super involved in all of her looks. She's hands-on and knows what she likes."
"I was really nervous, and I made eye contact with Beyonce, and then I almost peed myself I was so nervous," Jackson told E! News of attending her first Grammy Awards show in 2010 to accept the lifetime achievement award on her dad's behalf alongside her brother Prince.
Jackson is scheduled to present on Sunday night, and will switch into a outfit by Jeremy Scott "that we designed together," she told E!.
The 59th annual Grammy Awards, hosted by The Late Late Show's James Corden, broadcast live on CBS at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET.