Debbie Rowe Is a ‘Very Proud’ Mother as She Comes Out to Support Paris Jackson’s Latest Music Gig

Paris Jackson and her boyfriend performed together a Hollywood club on Saturday and her mom and brother made rare public appearances in a show of support.

Debbie Rowe spoke to our photog on her way into the gig and said she was proud of her daughter. Rowe mentioned a few bands she thought influence Paris’ music and it should come as no surprise that she felt Michael Jackson was a big inspiration.

Paris and her boyfriend, Gabriel Glenn, performed at The Mint, a small club in Los Angeles. Their band, The Soundflowers, performed a few original songs but also a few covers — Jimmy Buffett’s “Margaritaville” and Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song.”

In addition to her mom, Paris’ brother, Prince Jackson, attended the show, as well as celebrity friends Macauley Culkin, Brenda Song and Chris Brown (yes, that Chris Brown).

Prince Jackson and Chris Brown
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Debbie Rowe was clearly thrilled to see her daughter perform live (and Paris was equally thrilled to have her mother in attendance) and the two looked elated as they posed for pics after the show.

Paris Jackson and Debbie Rowe

The performance marked Paris Jackson’s first since her apparent suicide attempt two weeks ago.

According to our sources, Jackson cut her wrists early on March 16 and was rushed to the hospital after a significant amount of blood loss.

Sources directly connected with the family tell The Blast the family was recommending a 5150 hold, but Paris and doctors didn’t see it necessary.

Jackson, who was vehemently denying any emergency had happened, went out later that night with her boyfriend. She also made a public appearance the following Monday night at the ArcLight theater for the premiere of the Mötley Crüe biopic, “The Dirt,” and looked fantastic.