Tony Awards 2022: Paris Jackson and brother Prince support MJ The Musical


Paris Jackson and brother Prince look stylish as they support MJ: The Musical at the 75th Tony Awards in NYC

Michael Jackson’s children Prince and Paris Jackson turned heads as they hit the red carpet at the 75th Annual Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York on Sunday.

Paris, 24, looked incredible in a floor-length off-shoulder nude gown that showcased her colorful arm tattoos, featuring sparkly silver chain stripes running throughout the bodice. 

Meanwhile Prince, 25, was dapper in an all-black look that included a black shirt under a suit and tie, and matching dress shoes.  

Stylish pair: Michael Jackson's children Prince and Paris Jackson looked stylish as they hit the red carpet at the 75th Annual Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York on Sunday

Stylish pair: Michael Jackson’s children Prince and Paris Jackson looked stylish as they hit the red carpet at the 75th Annual Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York on Sunday

He wore his long dark tresses pinned back, and sported a smattering of facial hair to the event.

Like her brother, Paris also pinned her blonde strands partly to the back in a loose bohemian style, but left some strands to frame her face.

The young model and actress accessorized the look with a multitude of bracelets and rings on her fingers.

Stunner: Paris, 24, looked incredible in a floor-length off-shoulder nude gown that showcased her colorful arm tattoos, featuring sparkly silver chain stripes running throughout the bodice

Stunner: Paris, 24, looked incredible in a floor-length off-shoulder nude gown that showcased her colorful arm tattoos, featuring sparkly silver chain stripes running throughout the bodice

Dapper: Meanwhile Prince, 25, was dapper in an all-black look that included a black shirt under a suit and tie, and matching dress shoes

Dapper: Meanwhile Prince, 25, was dapper in an all-black look that included a black shirt under a suit and tie, and matching dress shoes

She wore edgy makeup for the occasion, sporting dark shade of matte lipstick and shimmery bronze eyeshadow.

The brother and sister duo were spotted embracing Myles Frost, who portrays their father on MJ the Musical, a Broadway show about the making of Jackson’s 1992 Dangerous World Tour.

The show is nominated for 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Myles is also nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role. 

Myles, 22, sported a snazzy look, wearing a Michael-reminiscent high-collar black jacket with black beading on the structured shoulders. 

Glamorous: Paris pinned her blonde strands partly to the back in a loose bohemian style, but left some strands to frame her face

Glamorous: Paris pinned her blonde strands partly to the back in a loose bohemian style, but left some strands to frame her face

Cool girl: The young model and actress accessorized the look with a multitude of bracelets and rings on her fingers

Cool girl: The young model and actress accessorized the look with a multitude of bracelets and rings on her fingers

He finalized the look with a pair of round silver sunglasses and sparkling black and silver loafers. 

During the ceremony Paris and Prince introduced Myles to the stage, along with the rest of the cast, as they performed a dance number from the musical. 

The trio were also seen posing with actor Antwayn Hopper, the star of A Strange Loop, which is also nominated for best musical. 

Hopper wore a fantastical open-front white and gold high-collar top that showed off his buff chest, with matching white pants and a tulle train. 

Young MJ: They were spotted posing with Myles Frost, who portrays their father on MJ the Musical, a Broadway show about the making of Jackson's 1992 Dangerous World Tour

Young MJ: They were spotted posing with Myles Frost, who portrays their father on MJ the Musical, a Broadway show about the making of Jackson’s 1992 Dangerous World Tour

Sweet: Paris was seen giving Myles - who is nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role - a tender hug

Sweet: Paris was seen giving Myles – who is nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role – a tender hug 

Prince also took to his Instagram Stories ahead of the event and posted a sweet video of him and Paris.

‘Wow you look so pretty! Making me look bad,’ he complimented his sibling as she stepped out of the elevator and playfully stuck out her tongue at him. 

He also shared a lovely snap with his girlfriend Molly Schirmang, who looked to be wearing a cleavage-baring black dress. 

‘Fancy Smancy,’ he captioned the cute snap of the couple, who have been dating since 2017, after meeting at university. 

Fashionable four: The trio were also seen posing with actor Antwayn Hopper

Fashionable four: The trio were also seen posing with actor Antwayn Hopper

Flair: Hopper wore a fantastical open-front white and gold high-collar top that showed off his buff chest, with matching white pats and a tulle train

Flair: Hopper wore a fantastical open-front white and gold high-collar top that showed off his buff chest, with matching white pats and a tulle train

Talented: He stars in A Strange Loop, which is also nominated for best musical

Talented: He stars in A Strange Loop, which is also nominated for best musical

The 75th Annual Tony Awards is celebrating achievement in Broadway productions during the 2021–22 season.

This year’s ceremony takes place at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City, hosted by West Side Story star Ariana DeBose.

The nominations were revealed last month, with Michael R. Jackson’s musical A Strange Loop leading the pack with an impressive 11 nominations, including Best Music, Best Original Score and Best Book of a Musical.

Meanwhile, Michael Jackson jukebox musical MJ The Musical and Paradise Square also dominated with 10 nominations each, while The Legman Trilogy was the most nominated play.

Having fun: Prince also took to his Instagram Stories ahead of the event and posted a sweet video of him and Paris

Having fun: Prince also took to his Instagram Stories ahead of the event and posted a sweet video of him and Paris

Pretty: 'Wow you look so pretty! Making me look bad,' he complimented his sibling as she stepped out of the elevator and playfully stuck out her tongue at him

Cute: Paris seemed to be enjoying herself ahead of the ceremony

Pretty: ‘Wow you look so pretty! Making me look bad,’ he complimented his sibling as she stepped out of the elevator and playfully stuck out her tongue at him

Major stars, including Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster (‘The Music Man’), Billy Crystal (‘Mr. Saturday Night’), and Sam Rockwell (‘American Buffalo’) are up for acting nominations.

Notably, Daniel Craig’s turn as Macbeth is absent from the nominations list, however, his co-star Ruth Negga has a nod for Best Performance By An Actress in a Leading Role in a Play for her part as Lady Macbeth.

Oscar-winner DeBose called the honor of hosting the prestigious event ‘a dream come true’ when it was announced last month.

In a statement, she said: ‘I’m coming home! I’m so honored to celebrate 75 years of excellence in theatre, but more importantly every member of this community who poured themselves into making sure the lights of Broadway have the opportunity to shine brightly once again!’

With his girl: He also shared a lovely snap with his girlfriend Molly Schirmang, who looked to be wearing a cleavage-baring black dress

With his girl: He also shared a lovely snap with his girlfriend Molly Schirmang, who looked to be wearing a cleavage-baring black dress

2022 Tony Award Nominations

Best Play

Clyde’s, by Lynn Nottage

Hangmen, by Martin McDonagh

The Lehman Trilogy, by Stefano Massini and Ben Power

The Minutes, by Tracy Letts

Skeleton Crew, by Dominique Morisseau

Best Musical

Girl From The North Country

MJ

Mr. Saturday Night

Paradise Square

SIX: The Musical

A Strange Loop

Best Revival of a Play

American Buffalo

for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf

How I Learned to Drive, by Paula Vogel

Take Me Out – WINNER

Trouble in Mind, by Alice Childress

Best Revival of a Musical

Caroline, or Change

Company

The Music Man

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical

Billy Crystal, Mr. Saturday Night

Myles Frost, MJ

Hugh Jackman, The Music Man

Rob McClure, Mrs. Doubtfire

Jaquel Spivey, A Strange Loop

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical

Sharon D Clarke, Caroline, or Change

Carmen Cusack, Flying Over Sunset

Sutton Foster, The Music Man

Joaquina Kalukango, Paradise Square

Mare Winningham, Girl From The North Country

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical

Matt Doyle, Company

Sidney DuPont, Paradise Square

Jared Grimes, Funny Girl

John-Andrew Morrison, A Strange Loop

A.J. Shively, Paradise Square

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play

Simon Russell Beale, The Lehman Trilogy

Adam Godley, The Lehman Trilogy

Adrian Lester, The Lehman Trilogy

David Morse, How I Learned to Drive

Sam Rockwell, American Buffalo

Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Lackawanna Blues

David Threlfall, Hangmen

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play

Gabby Beans, The Skin of Our Teeth

LaChanze, Trouble in Mind

Ruth Negga, Macbeth

Deirdre O’Connell, Dana H.

Mary-Louise Parker, How I Learned to Drive

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical

Jeannette Bayardelle, Girl From The North Country

Shoshana Bean, Mr. Saturday Night

Jayne Houdyshell, The Music Man

L Morgan Lee, A Strange Loop

Patti LuPone, Company – WINNER

Jennifer Simard, Company

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play

Alfie Allen, Hangmen

Chuck Cooper, Trouble in Mind

Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Take Me Out – WINNER

Ron Cephas Jones, Clyde’s

Michael Oberholtzer, Take Me Out

Jesse Williams, Take Me Out

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play

Uzo Aduba, Clyde’s

Rachel Dratch, POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive

Kenita R. Miller, for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf

Phylicia Rashad, Skeleton Crew – WINNER

Julie White, POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive

Kara Young, Clyde’s

Best Book of a Musical

Girl From The North Country, Conor McPherson

MJ, Lynn Nottage

Mr. Saturday Night, Billy Crystal, Lowell Ganz & Babaloo Mandel

Paradise Square, Christina Anderson, Craig Lucas & Larry Kirwan

A Strange Loop, Michael R. Jackson

 

Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre

Flying Over Sunset; Music by Tom Kitt, Lyrics by Michael Korie

Mr. Saturday Night; Music by Jason Robert Brown, Lyrics by Amanda Green

Paradise Square; Music by Jason Howland, Lyrics by Nathan Tysen and Masi Asare

SIX: The Musical, Music and Lyrics by Toby Marlow & Lucy Moss – WINNER

A Strange Loop, Music and Lyrics by Michael R. Jackson

Best Scenic Design of a Play

Beowulf Boritt, POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive

Michael Carnahan and Nicholas Hussong, Skeleton Crew

Es Devlin, The Lehman Trilogy – WINNER

Anna Fleischle, Hangmen

Scott Pask, American Buffalo

Adam Rigg, The Skin of Our Teeth

Best Scenic Design of a Musical

Beowulf Boritt and 59 Productions, Flying Over Sunset

Bunny Christie, Company – WINNER

Arnulfo Maldonado, A Strange Loop

Derek McLane and Peter Nigrini, MJ

Allen Moyer, Paradise Square

Best Costume Design of a Play

Montana Levi Blanco, The Skin of Our Teeth – WINNER

Sarafina Bush, for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf

Emilio Sosa, Trouble in Mind

Jane Greenwood, Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite

Jennifer Moeller, Clyde’s

Best Costume Design of a Musical

Fly Davis, Caroline, or Change

Toni-Leslie James, Paradise Square

William Ivey Long, Diana, The Musical

Santo Loquasto, The Music Man

Gabriella Slade, SIX: The Musical – WINNER

Paul Tazewell, MJ

Best Lighting Design of a Play

Joshua Carr, Hangmen

Jiyoun Chang, for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf

Jon Clark, The Lehman Trilogy – WINNER

Jane Cox, Macbeth

Yi Zhao, The Skin of Our Teeth

Best Lighting Design of a Musical

Neil Austin, Company

Tim Deiling, SIX: The Musical

Donald Holder, Paradise Square

Natasha Katz, MJ – WINNER

Bradley King, Flying Over Sunset

Jen Schriever, A Strange Loop

Best Sound Design of a Play

Justin Ellington, for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf

Mikhail Fiksel, Dana H. – WINNER

Palmer Hefferan, The Skin of Our Teeth

Nick Powell and Dominic Bilkey, The Lehman Trilogy

Mikaal Sulaiman, Macbeth

Best Sound Design of a Musical

Simon Baker, Girl From The North Country

Paul Gatehouse, SIX: The Musical

Ian Dickinson for Autograph, Company

Drew Levy, A Strange Loop

Gareth Owen, MJ – WINNER

Best Direction of a Play

Lileana Blain-Cruz, The Skin of Our Teeth

Camille A. Brown, for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf

Sam Mendes, The Lehman Trilogy – WINNER

Neil Pepe, American Buffalo

Les Waters, Dana H.

Best Direction of a Musical

Stephen Brackett, A Strange Loop

Marianne Elliott, Company – WINNER

Conor McPherson, Girl From The North Country

Lucy Moss & Jamie Armitage, SIX: The Musical

Christopher Wheeldon, MJ

Best Choreography

Camille A. Brown, for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf

Warren Carlyle, The Music Man

Carrie-Anne Ingrouille, SIX: The Musical

Bill T. Jones, Paradise Square

Christopher Wheeldon, MJ – WINNER

Best Orchestrations

David Cullen, Company

Tom Curran, SIX: The Musical

Simon Hale, Girl From The North Country – WINNER

Jason Michael Webb and David Holcenberg, MJ

Charlie Rosen, A Strange Loop

 

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