After news broke Thursday that Lisa Marie Presley had died at the age of 54, Hollywood took to social media to pay tribute to the musician and Elvis Presley’s only child.
Presley was hospitalized Thursday morning after suffering a cardiac arrest at her Calabasas, California home. “Priscilla Presley and the Presley family are shocked and devastated by the tragic death of their beloved Lisa Marie,” her family said in a statement. diversity. “They are deeply grateful for everyone’s support, love and prayers and ask for privacy during this difficult time.”
Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan, a longtime friend of Presley, wrote on Twitter: “There’s heartbreak and then there’s sadness. It will be sad and on more levels than I can count. Sending your prayers for his family and children during this difficult time. I really can’t find it [sic] Words to express how sad it really is.”
“How heartbreaking,” wrote singer LeAnn Rimes. “I hope she is at peace in her father’s arms. My heart goes out to his family. Too much grief in just a few years.”
Leah Remini says she is “heartbroken” by Presley’s death. “Lisa didn’t have an easy life, as some might think,” he wrote. “May she rest in peace, now resting with her son and father. His mother Priscilla and his three daughters, Riley, Finlay and Harper are in my prayers.”
Actress Jennifer Tilly shared that she was at Graceland yesterday. “The guide was telling us that sometimes he had dinner in the dining room, and once he had a party for his friends on the plane named after him. Rip off the sweet soul.”
PETA praised Presley’s animal activism in a statement diversity: “Lisa Marie Presley was not only a talented singer-songwriter, loving wife and mother, but a friend to animals. After learning that an Elvis impersonator had named a chimpanzee after her and was exploiting him for profit, she successfully sued PETA.” worked to get released at a shelter. And she didn’t stop there: At the beginning of the pandemic, when shelters were in desperate need of foster families, Lisa Marie and her twin daughters set a great example by opening their homes and hearts to two dogs. Although ‘Lights Out ‘ singer has passed away, her brilliant vision for animals will inspire all of us at PETA.”
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