Michael Jackson's three children could be set to provide the voices for a popular Asian cartoon show being imported to the US.
Prince (15), Paris (14) and Blanket Jackson (10) are all said to be keen on following their father into the world of showbiz, The Sun reports.
“They are set to do the voices for a kids’ Asian cartoon hit that is being imported to the US," a source told the newspaper.
“Paris doesn’t share her father’s singing talents but has done some acting. And if the voice-over work is a success it will lead to more high-profile live action roles.”
The newspaper says part of the reason for this is that the three children are keen to get away from their exclusive private school in Santa Monica, California, which they have attended since their father's death in 2009.
The source added: “The older pair in particular have no doubt that they want to follow their dad into showbusiness.
“And they find school tough. Kids can be really cruel.”
It was reported last week that Michael Jackson's father has dropped a case of wrongful death against Conrad Murray - the former doctor who was convicted of causing the King of Pop's death in 2009.
Earlier this month, Janet Jackson's lawyers also issued statement suggesting Michael Jackson's will is a fake as he was in another US state when the will was signed in California.