Paris Jackson’s gran ‘hates goth look’

9 February 2013
Paris Jackson’s gran ‘hates goth look’
Paris Jackson

Paris Jackson has reportedly horrified her grandmother by undergoing a goth makeover.

The 14-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson has been in Katherine's care since her father passed away in 2009.

She has often posted pictures of herself playing around with different styles on Twitter, but has recently made more dramatic changes to her look. Paris has apparently started wearing solely black clothes and lashings of black eye make-up, much to her 82-year-old guardian's worry.

"Katherine fears Paris' change in style means she's getting in with the wrong crowd and will make bad decisions - they've been arguing nonstop," an insider told National Enquirer.

Although Paris understands her grandmother's point of view, she is reportedly not listening to the elderly lady as she loves her new look so much.

The teenager harbours dreams of becoming an actress and is thought to have landed her first role in upcoming release Lundon's Bridge and The Three Keys. Katherine has explained her new appearance might put off casting directors, but even that hasn't affected the young star.

"Katherine has told Paris that dressing and acting classy will earn her more respect in Hollywood, and get her further as an actress," the source explained.

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