Lisa Marie Presley was busy with a variety of activities until her passing Thursday, promoting her father’s legacy along with an award-winning biopic.
Just a few days ago, Lisa Marie made the trek to Memphis, Tennessee to attend the annual Graceland Gala on January 8th to celebrate her father’s 88th birthday. Photos from her event show her smiling, interacting with and taking pictures with her visitors, as well as addressing the crowd from her podium.
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“I keep saying you’re the only one who can get me out of the house,” Lisa Marie joked to a cheering fan in footage of the event posted on YouTube. would be proud (“It’s been a great year”), adding that she herself is very proud of the film’s release.
Continuing the birthday celebrations that night, Lisa Marie echoed these sentiments she attended at the Golden Globes pre-party at Formosa Cafe in Los Angeles. Elvis Starring Austin Butler, director Baz Luhrmann, and daughter Riley Keough.
“I am blown away by this movie and its effects and what Buzz has done and what Austin has done,” she said. said“I’m very proud. My father would be very proud.”
Rounding out her appearance was her arrival at the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Tuesday. This proves that she will be her last in public, the two attended alongside her mother, Priscilla Presley, and won her Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Drama (Drama). I supported Butler.
Butler’s acceptance speech included a call to the Presley family for “opening your heart, your memories, your home to me.”
When PEOPLE congratulated Butler on winning the award and asked how she felt, Lisa Marie smiled and said, “I’m very happy.
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On Thursday, Lisa Marie was taken to hospital and died later that night. All I have to do is have a heavy heart.
Priscilla continued, “She was the most passionate, strong and loving woman I have ever known. We seek privacy as we try to cope with this profound loss. Love and love.” Thank you for your prayers. No further comments at this time.”