Michael Jackson's children could perform at the Grammy Awards.

Katherine Jackson - who is now the legal guardian of Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11, and Prince Michael II, seven - is reportedly in talks with organisers about whether the kids could sing one of their father's songs at the ceremony at Los Angeles' Staples Centre on Sunday night (31.01.10).

A source said: "Michael first unveiled his legendary moonwalk at the Grammys, so it's only right they all go out with a tribute."

The tribute, which is set to include the premiere of the 'Earth Song' mini-movie, will feature performances from stars including Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Celine Dion and Smokey Robinson.

Singer Keri Hilson - who is up for two awards, Best New Artist and Best Rap/Song - can't wait for the ceremony and the Michael Jackson tribute, but has no idea what to wear.

She said: "I guess my aim would be to stand out. I want it to be kind of the humble approach of being at the Grammys for the first time, first album. So I want that, something great but not something like, 'I'm here. I've arrived.' "