‘Elvis’ actress Olivia DeJonge and La Toya Jackson are the most recent well-known faces to pay tribute to Lisa Marie Presley.
Olivia, 24, who performed Lisa Marie’s mum Priscilla, 77, in Baz Luhrmann’s biopic about her dad, mentioned on her Instagram Tales on Friday (13.01.23) she was “shattered” over the dying of Elvis’ solely youngster a day earlier after she suffered two coronary heart assaults.
She added: “Privileged to have felt her magnificent presence. And without end indebted to her, for the kindness and assist she confirmed me, and all the Elvis household.
“All of my like to Priscilla, Riley, Harper and Finley.”
La Toya, 66, mentioned she is going to maintain her former sister-in-law Lisa Marie in her coronary heart “without end” after she received to know her when she was married to her brother Michael Jackson from 1994 to 1996.
She additionally mentioned on Instagram on Friday: “We miss you, Lisa. You’ll without end be in our hearts, I’ll always remember how a lot you shared the love you had for my brother with me! I thanks for being so sincere, brave and specific along with your love.”
‘Further’ host Billy Bush, 51, instructed Folks on Friday he was left devastated after conducting one in every of Lisa Marie’s closing interviews.
He mentioned about chatting with the late singer lower than 48 hours earlier than her dying:
“It feels terrible. I really feel my coronary heart may be very heavy for just about anybody in ache.”
Billy – who spoke to Lisa Marie on the 2023 Golden Globes purple carpet on the Beverly Hills Hilton on Tuesday night the place she was supporting Austin Butler, 31, for his nomination for greatest actor in a drama for his portrayal of Elvis in Baz’s movie – additionally instructed Fox LA on Friday in regards to the interview: “She was very uneven in her steadiness.
“The speech was very sluggish. And, positively, when the interview was over, I turned to my producer subsequent to me and mentioned, ‘One thing’s off right here’.”
Lisa Marie, who’s survived by her mum and three daughters Riley, 33, and 14-year-old twins, Finley and Harper, shall be buried beside her son Benjamin Keough, who died by suicide in 2020 aged 27 and her dad Elvis – who died on 16 August, 1977, aged 42 – at his Graceland property.