John Travolta, Rita Wilson and other celebrities pay tribute to Lisa Marie Presley
Industry heavyweights are mourning the loss of Lisa Marie Presley just hours after family confirmed her death.
Elvis Presley’s only child has died after a brief hospital stay following a full cardiac arrest on Thursday. Lisa Marie, who was 54 at the time of her death, made a name for herself as a singer-songwriter, belting out tunes such as “Lights Out,” “Sinking In,” “I’ll Figure It Out” and “Here Today, Gone Tomorrow .”
John Travolta will miss Lisa Marie Presley
The entertainment world experienced a wave of sadness after Priscilla – Lisa Marie’s mother – confirmed her daughter’s death in a statement:
“It is with a heavy heart that I have to share the devastating news that my beautiful daughter Lisa Marie has left us. She was the most passionate, strong and loving woman I have ever known. We ask for your privacy as we try to deal with this great loss. Thanks for the love and prayers. There will be no further comment for now.”
As reported by The Blast, emergency personnel performed CPR on the singer after they arrived in Calabasas, California on Thursday. He was then taken to West Hills Hospital and Medical Center, where medical staff placed him in a coma.
Sadly, the 54-year-old was pronounced dead just hours later, prompting an avalanche of tributes from fans and celebrities on social media. Leading the pack is actor John Travolta, who shared a professional solo shot of the songwriter Instagram in the following words:
“Little Lisa, I am so sorry. I will miss you, but I know we will meet again. My love and heart goes out to Riley, Priscilla, Harper and Finley.”
The post, which was liked 289,000 times, was followed by a three-picture slideshow of Rita Wilson, in which she, Lisa Marie and a group of others smile for the camera. In honor of the “Sleepless in Seattle” actress it started he admitted he was heartbroken over the “sudden and shocking death of Lisa Marie Presley tonight.”
He recalled that the “Idiot” hitmaker was “so honest and direct and vulnerable, in a state of anticipation” while on tour promoting the 2022 film “Elvis.” Lisa Marie was also kind to her guests, with a “suffocating voice, strength and tenderness” that Wilson “always loved.” The actress ended her tribute by sending love to her family.
A tweet By actress Sheryl Lee Ralph read, “I was just at the Golden Globes with him and now he’s gone. Life is short. REST IN PEACE.” Melissa Etheridge is a singer-songwriter public that the philanthropist once told him that “the first song he ever sang to anyone was Similar Services. It’s an honor. I can’t believe he’s gone.”
Former Miss USA Lynda Carter simply wrote, “Rest well, Lisa Marie,” above a tweet from a news site that reported the singer’s death. “Dear God, #LisaMariePresley is dead; I’m in shock. She is so beautiful and only 54 years old; I don’t really get it,” said singer Bette Midler he tweeted while actress Lydia Cornell established:
“Heartbreaking. 💔😢 Rest in Peace Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of Elvis and Priscilla, 54: ‘The strongest and most loving woman’ ~ my heart goes out to her mother Priscilla, her children and family. ❤️🙏✨✨✨ She is with Benjamin and Elvis ✨”
Meanwhile, Eric West is a model decreased a picture of the former Scientologist smiling with the words: “Oh! I can’t believe Lisa Marie Presley died! I met her once in the 90’s at a party in New York. She was super sweet. Life is too short! I just watched her at the Golden Globes two nights ago! Have a good rest !”
“I am heartbroken by the death of Lisa Marie Presley. Lisa didn’t have an easy life as some people think. May he rest in peace, now resting with his son and his father,” said Leah Remini wrote above a photo of the singer in a black top and hat: “His mother, Priscilla, and his three daughters, Riley, Finley, and Harper, are in my prayers.
The sole heir to the Presley estate appeared in limbo at the Globe
The explosion reported that Lisa Marie won the Golden Globe Awards held on Tuesday, January 10 with her mother Priscilla in support of Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis.”
The night ended very well for them, as Austin Butler, who starred in the film about the life and work of the King of Rock and Roll, won the Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture for his portrayal of Elvis.
In her acceptance speech, Butler acknowledged the kind actions of the mother-daughter duo, stating: “Thank you, guys, for opening your hearts, memories, and homes to me. Lisa Marie, Priscilla, I love you forever.
The 31-year-old was seen helping a visibly shaken Lisa Marie down the stairs on the night’s red carpet.