The 61-year-old singer couldn't help but talk wonders about her 20-year-old niece at the 25th Annual Race to Erase MS Gala at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, on Friday.
"She's become a remarkable woman," La Toya told ET's Lauren Zima. "She's done very, very well and I'm very proud of her, and very excited and very happy."
La Toya is also so inspired by all her family members who frequently give back to the community. "All my nieces and nephews are always doing something. If it's not downtown [helping] homeless people, they're constantly doing something that a lot of people don't even realize or know about. It's very important," she shared, adding how her late brother, Michael Jackson, would "absolutely" be proud of Paris and his kids.
"It was an incredible experience. I have to tell you something. Tyler is so, so, so amazingly talented," La Toya confessed. "It was amazing. It's amazing how that works. I can't even tell you how it works, but it does, and there are things that he doesn't know that he says, and it's like, he's getting it from somewhere."
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The moment was "extremely" emotional for her, but La Toya explained how Henry got vibes and "he knew that he was going to be meeting" her brother because "Michael kept coming up" as she was on her way to meet him.
Meanwhile, La Toya couldn't have been happier attending the Race to Erase MS Gala.
"It's amazing. It's very close to me because I love Nancy [Davis] and I'm playing for Race to Erase on the Worst Cooks: Celebrity Edition… I'm so excited and she is too, that I'm playing for her. So I'm happy to raise some more money."