Lisa Marie Presley, singer-songwriter and the only little one of Elvis and Priscilla Presley, died on Thursday at age 54. Presley had suffered cardiac arrest this morning at a house close to Calabasas, the place she was revived by CPR. She was later pronounced useless at a close-by hospital.
Presley is survived by her three daughters: actor Riley Keough, Harper Lockwood and Finley Lockwood. She can be survived by her mom Priscilla, with whom she attended the eightieth Golden Globe Awards on Tuesday. Austin Butler gained the Golden Globe for actor in a drama movement image for his portrayal of Priscilla’s father within the Baz Luhrmann biopic, “Elvis,” and he thanked the Presley household throughout his speech: “Lisa Marie, Priscilla, I love you forever.”
Mia Farrow, Leah Rimini and the Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan had been among the many stars who shared their condolences on social media:
Singer-songwriter Leann Rimes expressed her sympathy on Twitter, on the subject of the dying of Lisa Marie’s son, Benjamin Keough, in 2020. “Too much grief in just a couple of years,” she mentioned.
“I’m heartbroken over the passing of Lisa Marie Presley,” mentioned actor Leah Remini. In 2014, Presley adopted in Remini’s footsteps and left the Church of Scientology. “Lisa did not have an easy life, as some might think,” added Remini. “May she be at peace, resting with her son and father now.”