Goldie Hawn talks about meeting Elvis Presley

By: Elvis Australia
August 28, 2015 - 5:04:51 PM
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Goldie Hawn recalls meeting Elvis, when he visited her on the 'Laugh-In' NBC set.

'I met Elvis when I was in Laugh-In ... He was on the set because we used to rehears in the studio ant NBC ...' 'When I met him it was quite amazing. I can even remember what I was wearing: a red knit 70s jumpsuit ...'

'And in walks this guy, and he was soooo beautiful, that it just took my breath away, everybody's breath away. And he walked up to me, and he tussled my hair, and he said 'you look like a chicken that's just been hatched'.

'And I didn't know what to think, I thought it was a compliment .... But my god, 'I've never met a guy with so much charisma in my life'. 'He was the guy that .. 'kick started my hormones ...' ...

'My dad was a classical musician, and we used to listen to Beethoven and Bach and Vivaldi, and I used to say, 'Daddy, I will never like rock music'. But Elvis Presley's Don't Be Cruel took me right into puberty'.

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