Reality TV is no stranger to irony and hypocrisy, but it’s hard to remember a more glaring demonstration of both than “The Jacksons: Next Generation.” Tito Jackson’s sons – who once formed the group 3T – are now grown, and they use this showcase to plot a comeback, and lament how the media mistreated their uncle Michael, all the while trading off the Jackson name to secure another 15 minutes of fame (and obviously, a payday).
Put it this way: When characters play paintball in the premiere of a reality show, you know it’s going to be a long season.
Kourtney Kardashian and Kris Jenner reunite with the Jackson family in a clip from “The Jacksons: The Next Generation.” Watch below.
As Gossip Cop previously reported, the upcoming Lifetime reality series focuses on Tito Jackson’s three grown children, Taj, Taryll, and T. is perhaps best known these days for being the legal co-guardian for Michael Jackson’s three children.
So Kris was like a mother to me, and I always respect and love her ’cause she really embraced me and helped me recover.” T. Check out the video below, and tell us what you think.
Kardashians and Jacksons reunite: Kourtney Kardashian and her mom Kris Jenner got a chance to catch up with their friends from another famous family in the premiere episode of The Jacksons: Next Generation'Kris was an important person for me when I lost my mother,' said T. 'I was dating Kim at the time and spending a lot of time with Kim and her family.
"It's just a perfect arrangement for Michael's kids, as well."Currently, Tito Jackson is focusing on his solo career.
Unlike his famous siblings, the veteran singer-guitarist has never released an official solo album, but Jackson just released his latest single, "Get It Baby" featuring Big Daddy Kane.
According to several gossip blogs, Kim reportedly lost her virginity to TJ at the age of 14. TJ and Taryll decided to end the relationships with the Kardashians to focus more on their music.
Despite the breakups, Tito says the Jacksons and the Kardashians remain close and have respect for each other.