Debbie Rowe said she was "very proud" as she stepped out to see her daughter, Paris Jackson, perform with her band, The Soundflowers.
Rowe kissed her daughter after the performance alongside her boyfriend, Gabriel Glenn. Rowe attended the show in Los Angeles on Saturday night with Paris' brother, Prince, and Paris' godfather, actor Macaulay Culkin. Singer Chris Brown was also there.
It was a rare public appearance by Rowe, who showed her support for her 20-year-old daughter in the wake of reports she tried to take her life. A just-released recording of the 911 call from March 16 reveals it was made by a neighbor at the request of Paris' boyfriend.
"He just knocked on my door and said, 'Can you please call 911?'" the neighbor said in the call.
Los Angeles police confirmed an ambulance was called to her building for an attempted suicide.
But Paris denied reports that she tried to take her life. "Lies, lies, lies, omg, and more lies," she tweeted.