Elvis Presley had many loves across his lifetime — from his ex-wife, Priscilla Presley , to his co-star Ann-Margret. In her memoir, Elvis and Ginger , Alden looked back at how she met the King of Rock and Roll — and why she refused to move to Graceland, his famed Memphis mansion, when he asked. Alden, who lived in a suburb of Memphis, first technically met Presley at one of his performances when she was just five years old. Presley invited the pageant queen and her two sisters — which included Ginger, as well as Rosemary Alden — to visit him at Graceland.
When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time. Elvis Presley was known as quite a lothario in his life following the break down in his marriage to Priscilla Presley.
Why Did Elvis Presley’s Last Fiancée, Ginger Alden, Refuse to Move to Graceland?
The legend that has inspired at least 85, impersonators around the world is known for bringing rock into the mainstream with his lively shows and animated dance moves — and his iconic look certainly helped him make it happen. While a great many things are known about Elvis Presley, the lesser known, more mysterious aspects of his career and private life are truly fascinating. Read on to learn the surprising facts about the king of rock you have to know. That might be why — although Presley was known to be an eccentric, supremely confident performer later in life — he was shy to perform publicly as a kid.
You left her out of a lot of things. History is history. Be fair. That comment was passed to me through elvis-history-blog. For instance, Priscilla Presley had this to say about Ginger in her book.