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Friday, 3 August 2012

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Angelina wants to adopt Paris, Prince, and Blanket Jackson.

NEW YORK CITY - Angelina Jolie has made it known that she would like to adopt Michael Jackson's children Paris, Prince, and Blanket.

Jolie and her fiancé Brad Pitt already have six children but the actress stressed that Kate Gosselin has eight and Nadya "Octomom" Suleman has 14 and neither one has a husband.

The three Jackson kids were, up until recently, in the custody of Katherine "The Mama" Jackson, mother of Michael and the Jackson brothers, along with sisters Janet and La Toya.

But after "Mama" Jackson, 82, suddenly left for Arizona for a ten-day stay at a rest and relaxation gambling casino spa the children were removed from her custody.

She told the authorities that she had just taken a few days off to rejuvenate herself as watching over three young kids can be quite taxing at best.

The children were originally in the custody of Diana Ross, and before that Janet Jackson, and before that Lisa Marie Presley.

Paris, 14, was asked who she would like to see have custody of her and her brothers and she replied her uncle Tito Jackson.

When asked why she answered "Because he knows lots and lots of knock-knock jokes, Sarah Palin jokes, and a man walks into a bar jokes, and he is always buying us neat things like triple scoop ice cream cones, M&Ms, and expensive shoes."

Prince, 15, was asked if he would like to be adopted by Angelina Jolie. He smiled and said sure but then thought about it for a while and added that he would really rather be adopted by either Scarlett Johansson, Beyonce, or Sofia Vergara.

And the youngest of the Jackson trio, 10-year-old Blanket simply shrugged his shoulders and remarked that he doesn't' give a rat's ass who gets custody because he doesn't really like anybody anyway.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: I have noticed that every single photo taken of the Jackson kids always shows Blanket with a serious, bored look on his face. I have never seen the little fella smile; not even once.]

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