After being hospitalized following a suicide attempt on Tuesday (June 4) in which she took pills and cut herself, Paris Jackson remains in the hospital but is reportedly in good spirits.

Doing his best to help her mood? Shock-rocker Marilyn Manson.

"Paris is doing well, smiling again and can't wait to see her friends," a source for the family told People, adding, "It's not yet been decided what to do when Paris is released."

Grandmother Katherine Jackson and Paris' other guardian, cousin T.J. Jackson, are currently discussing options for the 15-year-old. Meanwhile, other family visits have included her mother Debbie Rowe, brother Prince Michael Jackson, aunt LaToya Jackson and her former nanny Grace Rwaramba.

Also wishing Paris well is Marilyn Manson. Some stories have circulated saying the night of her suicide attempt, she was distraught after being told she wasn't allowed to attend one of his concerts -- and he's now made it clear she's welcome at any of his shows.

In addition to this, last night he dedicated his tune 'Disposable Teens' to her at his Los Angeles concert, telling the assembled crowd merely, "This song is for Paris Jackson."