Supermodel in the making! Feline Paris Jackson shows off striking aqua eyes (but is still a child at heart with Goofy sweater)
It's not an easy feat to avert attention from global superstar Rihanna.
But Paris Jackson stole the singer's thunder last night with her incredibly striking aquamarine eyes.
The 13-year-old, who never got to see father Michael perform in concert, witnessed the next best thing last night at the Staples Centre in LA as she watched the premiere of The Immortal World Tour.
Film star in the making: Paris Jackson looked radiant as she attended The Immortal World Tour – Cirque Du Soleil's critically acclaimed tribute to her father Michael
The masterpiece is talented contortionists Cirque Du Soleil's critically-acclaimed tribute to the icon.
Neither Paris – nor brothers Prince, 14, and nine-year-old Blanket – ever saw Michael on stage as his death in June 2009 came before he was scheduled to embark on a mammoth 50-date tour.
Proud moment: Blanket looks unimpressed but Paris and Prince, in his Jacksons shirt, smile for the cameras
The trio already had a taster of last night's performance after seeing the company tease fans with a snippet at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Thursday at a ceremony to remember their father.
He never got the chance to commit prints of his hands and feet to the cement outside the legendary venue for posterity, so his progeny did it for him.
Paying homage: Rihanna wore an over-the-top leather suit that Michael would surely have loved
Looking sharp: But the megastar would be hard-pressed to moonwalk in those Louboutin heels
And teen pop sensation Justin Bieber also took to the stage to perform Rockin' Robin, giving a touching introduction before he burst into song.
The 17-year-old said: 'I don’t usually get nervous, but I’m kind of really nervous right now. Basically because Michael meant so much to me and I know he meant a lot to you guys as well.
'He was more than an entertainer. He was an inspiration the way he was kind, gentle and charitable.
Remembering: Tito Jackson, Jamie King and Marlon Jackson pose up together
Mixed emotions: Blanket looks less convinced by the event than his siblings
'That’s why I look up to him. People are going to remember him for his dancing and singing, but people have to remember him for being the man that he was.
He added: 'Everything I do, I look at Michael and I want to be as good as he was.'
And there were a host of other stars at the event to honour the Thriller singer, who died aged 50.
Fans: Singer and actress Brandy Norwood and her daughter Sy'rai Smith arrive
Preparing for the big night: Rihanna was casual in grey in Beverly Hills earlier in the day
Melanie Fiona also performed, while Smokey Robinson, Quincy Jones and Chris Tucker all made speeches.
And the children were not the only family members on hand, with Katherine, Tito and Jackie Jackson all showing up to the event to remember their son and brother.
The trio, who have appeared in the spotlight more since the death of their father, happily posed for pictures with the Cirque du Soleil team and the celebrity guests.
Paris certainly looks set to follow in her father’s footsteps, after recently landing a role in a movie.
She will play the heroine in fantasy picture Lundon's Bridge And The Three Keys, based on the young adult series by novelist Dennis H. Christen.
Respect: Paris, Prince, and Blanket put hands in cement during ceremony to honour their father on Thursday