Video : Liza Minnelli talks about meeting Elvis Presley

By: Elvis Australia
Source: BBC
June 11, 2011 - 8:46:39 AM
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During a recent BBC interview with Graham Norton, Liza Minnelli talks about meeting Elvis in 1970. Liza talks about how Elvis came backstage to watch her show and then invited her up to his suite and that he showed off his Karate moves. She also says that she was sitting next to Chubby Checker, Alice Cooper and Linda Lovelace, partially confirming what appeared [to us] to be bizarre claims by Interviews with or about Elvis Presley Elvis Presley Video Alice Cooper in a recent interview

[Now we finally have the true story of Alice Cooper meeting Elvis, as told by Alice. In the video we now have you can see and hear what was really said and compare it too how the UK's Daily Mail distorted the story.]

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