Priscilla Presley is remembering her late partner Elvis Presley on the 45th anniversary of his dying.
Presley, who was married to the king of rock and roll, spoke to “Today” about her memories and time with him. Elvis died of a heart assault on Aug. 16, 1977, at his Graceland house in Memphis. He was 42.
“Oh my gosh,” she reported, “It’s a major week that is for positive.”
She included, “Anything he preferred to do or wished to do as far as in existence, I want to check out to get that to materialize. It’s a large responsibility.”
Presley was joined by in excess of 30,000 followers for a candlelight vigil on Monday.
To see the sum of people that still appear to see Elvis is unbelievable,” she reported of the event.
Presley also weighed in on “Elvis,” the Baz Luhrmann-directed film based mostly on his life.
“I necessarily mean what a excellent film,” she claimed, “Baz Luhrmann I have to say is a genius, I do not know any person else who could’ve finished this motion picture like he did.”
“I lived Elvis seeking to demonstrate that he didn’t want to do the videos with all the ladies and the seashores and everything, that he genuinely desired to do serious things so residing that with him and then observing the film introduced again a whole lot of recollections,” she reported of the film.