'It never gets any easier': Paris Jackson opens up to Oprah about the devastating loss of her father's death
00:52 GMT, 6 June 2012
00:53 GMT, 6 June 2012
It has been almost three years since the death of legendary musician Michael Jackson.
And his daughter Paris has opened her heart to chat show queen Oprah Winfrey to reveal the pain over her father's death is as raw as ever.
In a sneak preview released on the internet, the 14-year-old is seen explaining to how still finds the death of the Prince of Pop hard to cope with.
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Hard to cope: Paris Jackson tells Oprah Winfrey how much she misses her father Michael in a new interview
She said: ''It never gets any easier.'
In the Oprah's Next Chapter interview, which airs on Sunday on OWN, she is addressing the 50-year-old's death in June 2009 due to an overdose of the powerful anesthesia propofol.
His physician Dr. Conrad Murray was sentenced to four years in prison after he was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for administering the drug.
Going into showbusiness: Paris will also talk about her decision to go into acting at such a young age
Very friendly: Paris seemed to get on swimmingly with the chat show doyen following their heart-to-heart
The teenager is also going to talk about her fledgling acting career acting career.
She is already set to star in the upcoming fantasy movie Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys.
In a recent interview with her aunt Janet Jackson, talked about her reservations about her niece's acting career.
She said: 'We've spoken about the fact that you're only a child once.
'I think there's a time for everything, and now is not the time [to act in films].
Dedicated father: Paris revealed she misses the company of her music legend parent Michael following his passing
'I told her I thought she should enjoy being a kid, possibly go to college–or not–but wait till she turns 18.
'She's a very tough, smart girl. But it's a cut-throat industry. I wouldn't want my child to do it.'
Oprah will be hoping the exclusive interview will draw in some more viewers to her embattled network.
The average prime-time audience for the entire year of 2011 was 264,000, with Lisa Erspamer, Executive Vice President of Production and Development, leaving the company in January as a result.
According to the New York Post the channel has losses standing at an astonishing $330m.
Audience puller: Oprah will be hoping her exclusive interview will pull in some viewers to her failing network
Keeping his memory alive: Paris and her brothers Prince and Blanket went to a hand and footprint ceremony in his honour in Los Angeles earlier this year