Paris Jackson was left "heartbroken" by Zac Efron at her first concert.
The 18-year-old actress - who is the daughter of music icon Michael Jackson - was a huge 'High School Musical' fan as a child and was, therefore, devastated to learn Zac wouldn't be performing at her first-ever gig because he was working on another film project.
Paris explained: "The first concert that I actively wanted to see was 'High School Musical'."
But Paris' excitement soon turned to despair after she was informed Zac wouldn't be at the concert.
Speaking to 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon, she recalled: "It was the depressing part, heartbroken."
The 18-year-old, who lost her pop icon father in 2009, headed to the Timeless Tattoo parlour in Hollywood to get the permanent tribute, the words "Queen of my Heart", which was written in Michael's handwriting, etched on the outer side of her lower left arm.
She recently returned from a therapeutic boarding school in Utah and Paris Jackson seems to be doing just fine these days.
The 17-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson took to her Instagram account this week to discuss some of the difficulties she’s still dealing with regarding unreasonable public interest in her life.
She's had tons of support from her family since her suicide attempt on June 5, but now Paris Jackson's uncle Randy Jackson is speaking out against his niece's treatment plan.
On Monday evening (August 19), the former Jackson 5 band mate took to his Twitter account and dished about Paris' stay at an undislosed treatment facility, also sharing his thoughts on the length of her stay.
It hasn't been an easy road for Paris Jackson since her suicide attempt on June 5th, but it looks like things are heading in a positive direction for the 15-year-old.
Speaking with E! News, a source close to the situation says, "She is getting better, but this is going to be a long road," adding, "she is still doing therapy and on medication. It is a long process, but she is doing well."