Lisa Marie Presley Opens New Elvis Exhibit
Twenty-five lucky people were chosen to attend the first day, including a visitor who delayed an appointment he had to prepare for brain surgery.
Lisa Marie Presley celebrated her 44th birthday on Thursday by opening up a new exhibit celebrating her father, Elvis Presley, at his Memphis home.
Called Elvis ... Through His Daughter's Eyes, the exhibit features artifacts from Lisa Marie's childhood, including baby footprints, a tricycle, her crib and a record player, Reuters reports. Other items include family photos and home movies.
Lisa Marie made an appearance on ABC's morning talker Good Morning America to tout the exhibit, even showing a scarf her father had written "I love my Lisa, Daddy" from 1972.
During the interview, she recalled her father singing "Can't Help Falling in Love" and shared that the exhibit had her dad's "most amazing clothes," as well as personal items that he took along with him while he was on the road performing.
Twenty-five people, each allowed to bring a guest, were lucky enough to attend the opening day of the exhibit. One visitor delayed an appointment he had to prepare for brain surgery brain surgery to attend the exhibit.
Elvis Presley died in August 1977 at the age of 42.