Paris and Prince Jackson attended the 2022 Tony Awards Sunday to celebrate "MJ: The Musical," the hit Broadway show paying tribute to their late father, music legend Michael Jackson.
The brother-sister duo took the stage to present the "MJ" cast for their performance of "Smooth Criminal."
"A lot of people seem to think our dad Michael Jackson changed popular music forever. And who are we to disagree?" Prince said onstage in the introduction.
"But what people may not know is that he loved musicals, on film and on the stage," he continued. "That’s why we are so incredibly honored to introduce tonight’s first nominee for best musical, 'MJ,' which, using many of his iconic hits, looks at the complexities and brilliance of our father's process."
Paris then presented the musical number, which she said "showcases that creative process" and "[draws] on some of the influences who helped inspire his signature style," and introduced Myles Frost, 22, who portrays the iconic singer in the Broadway production.
"MJ: The Musical" went into the night with 10 Tony Award nominations, scoring four victories by the end of the evening.
The show won awards for best choreography, best sound design of a musical, and best lighting design of a musical. Frost also took home a statuette for best performance by an actor in a leading role in a musical, becoming the youngest person ever to win the award.
WATCH: Myles Frost dishes on his leading role in ‘MJ The Musical’