La Toya Jackson wed her longtime friend and business partner Jeffre Phillips in Los Angeles ceremony on December 6, according to RadarOnline.
Katherine Jackson and La Toya’s nephew Prince Jackson both reportedly attended the private ceremony.
La Toya Jackson, 57, and Jeffre Phillips, a performer-turned record-label exec and businessman, are co-founders of Ja-tail Enterprises, a management, marketing, publishing and entertainment company that represents former Real Housewives of New Jersey star Danielle Staub, among others.
La Toya Jackson wed her longtime friend and business partner Jeffre Phillips
The older sister of Michael Jackson, and Jeffre Phillips met in 1999 when they worked on the movie Shriek If You Know What I Screamed Last Friday the Thirteenth, according to their company website.
Jeffre Phillips proposed earlier this year on La Toya Jackson’s reality show, Life With La Toya.
This is the second marriage for La Toya Jackson, who was previously wed to manager Jack Gordon.
Honey Boo Boo and her mother June Shannon bumped into celebrity fan La Toya Jackson recently, who couldn’t help but rave about her love of the child.
While working in Chicago, La Toya Jackson posted a picture online of her pleasant meeting with Honey Boo Boo.
La Toya Jackson tweeted a snap of them, joined by June Shannon, with the message: “Me and #Honeybooboo at the #upfronts! She is Simply Adorable!!! And her mother June, loving them!”
In the picture La Toya Jackson gazes adoringly into the youngster’s face while Honey Boo Boo is unsurprisingly focused on looking her best for the camera.
June Shannon, who opted to wear a floral print like her daughter, stands in the background waving but keeping a watchful eye over her little one as she hobnobbed with the star.
Honey Boo Boo and her mother June Shannon bumped into celebrity fan La Toya Jackson recently, who couldn’t help but rave about her love of the child
Looking much older than her 14-years, Paris Jackson stole the show when she arrived at a red carpet event on Thursday night in Beverly Hills.
Paris Jackson even towered above her aunt, La Toya Jackson, as they dazzled in front of cameras at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.
The opinionated daughter of legendary superstar Michael Jackson appeared with her aunt and two brothers – Prince Michael I, 15, and Prince Michael II, 10 – also known as Blanket.
Paris Jackson stole the show when she arrived at a red carpet event on Thursday night in Beverly Hills
Striking Paris Jackson wowed at the Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink launch party in a pretty navy blue floor-length dress, with a dark navy scarf tied loosely around her waist.
Paris Jackson accessorized her look with a diamond-encrusted jewel necklace and wore a small black handbag as she walked the red carpet.
Her brothers both looked perfectly polished in tuxedos as their aunt La Toya Jackson joined them to toast the launch party.
Rumors have swirled that Whitney Houston had an affair with the then-married Jermaine Jackson in the mid-1980s, and now sister La Toya is joining the fray.
During an appearance on The Talk today, La Toya Jackson says: “He has admitted that they had an affair.”
A report in The Sun, however, provides more salacious details.
The paper claims that Whitney Houston and Jermaine Jackson were together for a year, and that Houston’s hit song “Saving All My Love for You” – about a woman hooking up with a married man – was a thinly veiled ballad to her clandestine paramour.
The Sun claims that Whitney Houston and Jermaine Jackson were together for a year, and that Houston's hit song "Saving All My Love for You" was a thinly veiled ballad to her clandestine paramour
Michael Jackson reportedly knew about the affair but didn’t approve. At the time, Jermaine Jackson was married to Hazel Gordy, daughter of legendary Motown founder Berry Gordy.
After Whitney Houston’s death, a video surfaced of the couple singing a duet back in 1984, which – if The Sun’s report is to be believed – would have happened around the time of the affair.
Jermaine Jackson caused a small stir two weeks ago when he retracted a press release announcing that he had dedicated his song “The First Time You Love” to Whitney Houston, and claimed it had been sent out without his knowledge.