Donning a black suit, red shirt and red armband and conjuring up images of a certain music King, Prince Michael Jackson made quite an appearance Friday.
At the Tribute to Bambi charity event in Berlin, Michael's eldest child presented three manuscripts for some of his dad's biggest hits to be auctioned off.
For a good cause, the original lyrics and music to "Bad," "Billie Jean," and "Smooth Criminal" are now up for sale. Here's Prince Michael at the event:
Prince Michael poses with German actress Miriam Pielhau.
"With everything I do, I try to build on what my father did. I also try to help and change things - just like he did," the 14-year-old told the audience.
Bidding goes until November 10 at United Charity. Four hours after the auction opened, the manuscript for Michael's "Bad" was already at $20,400.
Proceeds will go to charities benefiting disadvantaged children.
Prince Michael Jackson is "an incredibly polite, well-raised young man," an attendee of the event said. "I think we can expect to hear more from him."
Just not right away. He's got normal teenage things to do. "I wish I could stay longer to see the sights," he said. "But I have to get back for school."
[Photos: Fame Pictures]