Lisa Marie Presley’s Final Rest at Graceland Preparation: Photos – Hollywood Life
Lisa Marie Presley‘S final resting place being prepared at Graceland in Memphis, Tenn. for her upcoming public memorial service on Sunday, January 22. In photo and video by Daily mail that can be seen hereWorkers can be seen on their knees digging graves and preparing for the arrival of the late daughter of the rock legend. Elvis Presleywho will be buried beside her deceased son, Benjamin Keough. Other footage shows dozens of orange construction cones scattered around the area and flowers left by fans in front of the front gate of Elvis’ old home.
Lisa’s grave is located next to the fountain in Graceland’s backyard and almost directly across from her father’s burial place. Several other members of the Presley family are buried in Graceland, including Elvis’ father, Vernonmother, Gladysand his grandmother, Minnie Mae. Elvis’ grave can be seen below. There is also a memorial stone for Elvis’ twin brother, who died at birth in 1935, in the family cemetery.
As fans know, Lisa suddenly passed away at the age of 54 on Thursday, January 12th cardiac arrest. This happened just a few days after she have motions to watch Austin butler31, accept His first Golden Globe to describe Elvis Presley in the 2022 biopic, Elvis, in 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards. She also made headlines that night for breaking Austin’s red carpet interview with Tonight’s reception and raved about Austin’s performance. “I really don’t know what to do with myself after seeing [the movie]’, she recalls. “It took me about five days to process it because it was so amazing, so striking and so real, yeah, I can’t even put into words what it means.”
However, before that, she was Report in great spirit at Formosa Cafe in West Hollywood, Calif. with daughter, Riley Keough33 years old, Austin, and director of Elvis, Baz Luhrmann, to celebrate Elvis’ 88th birthday. “They are really adorable together. They were together all night.” Bobby Greencafe owner, tell EVERYONE on January 14. “And of course, I think they had work to do that night. They had to sit in the Elvis booth together, and they had to take pictures, but they seemed to really enjoy it…. They seem very happy.”
Although it is known that she suffered a cardiac arrest, the cause of Lisa’s sudden death has not been revealed. All that is known as of this writing is her ex-husband, Danny Keough, perform CPR on her in their Hollywood home as he waited for the paramedics to arrive. She was then put into a coma and given life support before passing away that night at the hospital. Her family has a long history of heart failure, including her father, who died of a heart attack related to the abuse of countless drugs. He died at the age of 42 in 1977. His mother also died young at the age of 44 of heart failure.
Lisa is well aware that her childhood home will be her final resting place and she even sings about her fate in a 2003 song called “Light’s Out”. She sings, “Someone turned off the lights in Memphis, which is where my family was buried and died. … Last time I was there, I noticed a gap next to them in Memphis in the damn back lawn.”
She also talked about it when discussing her song in a 2003 interview with dissipated. “Basically, Graceland’s back lawn is a graveyard. How many people have a family grave in the backyard? she asked the question. “How many people are reminded of their fate, their death, every [expletive] day? All the graves were lined up and there was a place there, waiting for me, right next to my grandmother.”
Lisa left behind three children alive as she passed: twin girls Harper and Finleywhom she shares with her ex-husband Michael Lockwoodand daughter Riley, whom she shares with Danny.
Click to subscribe to our free HollywoodLife daily newsletter to get the most famous news.