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Lisa Marie Presley to release video duet with Elvis


Lisa Marie Presley is set to wow fans of her late father, Elvis, by dueting with The King in her latest video.

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Father and daughter will appear together, thanks to camera tricks in the "I Love You Because" video, which will debut on CMT on Thursday. The video was recorded this summer to mark the 35th anniversary of Elvis' death, and was screened at a special concert in Memphis, Tenn., on Aug. 16.

Elvis originally recorded the track in 1954, and his daughter laid down her vocals at the suggestion of producer T-Bone Burnett, according to Reuters.

Oct 17, 2012 6:43AM

I wish Julian Lennon would do this with one of his father's songs...Imagine would be a good one. Usually, I tire of the whole "singing-with-a-dead-celebrity" trick as well, but there are some that would be interesting.  This Elvis one sounds kind of cool and a Lennon-Lennon (not Sean, please) would be just as cool.

Oct 16, 2012 7:44PM
She is going to "WOW" us?????  I sincerely doubt that......... stay in England and keep your "WOW" to yourself!
Oct 16, 2012 4:28PM

Living off her fathers wealth. Oh yes, and no talent.

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