Lisa Marie Presley Honors Elvis With New Museum At Graceland
Lisa Marie Presley has paid tribute to her King of Rock and Roll dad by opening a new museum at their Graceland family home in Tennessee.
The rocker tapped into Elvis Presley's secret archives to create a new display featuring bedroom furniture and collectibles from her childhood, never-before-seen family photos and even a reproduction of the music icon's closet.
Giving a camera crew from Good Morning America a tour of the exhibit on Wednesday, she said, "This is how I remember his closet. Just the most amazing clothes ever. Including the pimp hat."
Elvis Through His Daughter's Eyes opened at the Hound Dog hit-maker's home in Memphis on Wednesday - Lisa Marie's 44th birthday.
The King died on 16 August, 1977, aged 42.
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