Marilyn Manson has reached out to Michael Jackson's daughter Paris after her suicide attempt this week.
Paris reportedly cut her wrists and took a pill overdose when she was barred from attending a Manson concert, and was rushed to hospital in the early hours yesterday.
Now Manson has responded via TMZ to say: "I hope you feel better. You will be on my guest list anytime you want."
Paris is reportedly in a stable condition in hospital, according to Blabbermouth.
Meanwhile, Manson was interviewed by broadcasting legend Larry King this week. Manson discussed personal topics including the effect that being blamed for the Columbine shootings had on his music career:
"It kinda put my whole career on hold," said Manson. "A lot of people know about it because I had to really take an active stance legally against a lot of news places for using 'Marilyn Manson' which is trademarked, much like 'Mickey Mouse.' I had to put a cease and desist order [out], so a lot of people don't talk about it ... I think I've been blamed for about 36 school shootings."
Manson is currently touring the US with fellow shock-rocker Alice Cooper through to July 21.