Paris Jackson and her boyfriend Gabriel Glenn went to the premiere of Netflix’s ‘The Dirt” in Hollywood (CA) on Monday, March 18.

>>> Public Appearances > 2019 > Netflix’s “The Dirt” World Premiere – March 19



Paris did not only attend the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party yesterday, she also went to the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones in Beverly Hills (CA).

>>> Public Appearances > 2019 > 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones – Arrivals – February 24



Paris and her boyfriend Gabriel Glenn went to the 27th annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party sponsored by IMDb and Neuro Drinks celebrating EJAF and the 91st Academy Awards yesterday (February 24) in West Hollywood, California. Paris looked gorgeous.

>>> Public Appearances > 2019 > 27th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party – Arrival – February 24
>>> Public Appearances > 2019 > 27th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party – Inside – February 24



Paris attended the Republic Records Grammy after party in Beverly Hills (CA) yesterday. She got photographed with her boyfriend Gabriel Glenn, producer Jason Flom and the CEO of Republic Records Monte Lipman.

>>> Public Appearances > 2019 > Republic Records Grammy After Party At Spring Place Beverly Hills – Arrivals – February 10
>>> Public Appearances > 2019 > Republic Records Grammy After Party At Spring Place Beverly Hills – Inside – February 10



>>> Photoshoots > 2018 > Tings London

Paris Jackson is using her platform to illuminate the struggles of the unheard voices across the world.

Legacies are notoriously difficult to shake off, especially when they’re handed down and inherited, instead of being earned and accumulated. What pieces of that legacy do you grab hold of and, like a mound of wet clay, remold into something that is wholly your own?

These are questions that actor & activist Paris Jackson has spent the last few years answering. Not by intentionally rebellious or overtly seeking attention, but with a life dedicated to the service of others.

Now 20, with a blossoming film career on the horizon, Paris has started to craft an attainable vision for her life, one that mimics the giving nature of two of her most impactful influences. Over the past few years, she’s become a staunch activist for the human rights advocate and an outspoken environmentalist.

After losing her legendary father, Michael, and her ineffable godmother, Elizabeth Taylor, within a short but frantic two-year span, it seemed like the paparazzi (and the press) had a vested interest, and a certain complicity, in Paris’ struggle to find herself. From inconceivable car chases in Hollywood to slanderous tales in grocery store tabloids, Paris faced the kind of scrutiny that has broken many an adult star.

And at the peak of the mayhem, she was merely 13.

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Paris Jackson poses for a photo with her friend Rushka Bergman at a private screening of her short film The Last Judgment last week at the Tribeca Film Center in New York City.

The most beautiful Princess in the world!” Rushka captioned a photo of her and Paris on Instagram. “@parisjackson came to support me last night at Tribeca Film Center with all the other my friends. Thank you and I love you very much!

Rushka is the contributing fashion editor for Italian L’Uomo Vogue.

>>> Public Appearances > 2018 > ‘The Last Judgment’ Screening – November 29

Source: Just Jared