At school, anyone wishing to provoke a little girl to tears of rage had only to chalk "Elvis loves -" and then the girl's name on the blackboard when the teacher was out of the room." His first sweetheart was the fifteen-year-old Dixie Locke, whom the singer dated steadily since graduating from Humes and during his Sun Records time.
While still a rising star, Presley also had a relationship with June Juanico, who is said to have been the only girl his mother ever approved of, but according to Juanico's own words, she "never had sex with Presley." In June Juanico's book Elvis in the Twilight of Memory, she stated she was afraid of getting pregnant.
If you were around in 1959, the first thing you probably noticed was that it was the gatefold jacket, with lots of really cool photos inside and out of Elvis Presley in uniform.
Hearing this album -- which contained not a word about where or when the music on it was recorded -- one would have been struck by just how raw and lively the music was, more exciting, in fact, than the music on his last pre-Army LP release, the King Creole soundtrack.
“When I was a child, ladies and gentlemen, I was a dreamer.
I read comic books and I was the hero of the comic book. So every dream I ever had has come true a hundred times ...
The Welsh singer is reportedly dating Elvis Presley's ex-wife, Priscilla, nearly a year after the passing of his wife, Melinda Trenchard, The Sun reports. There is a spark between them but they are taking it slowly.
It really is early days but they get on so well," a source close to the pair told the British newspaper.
Fan theory suggests Elvis had a surprise cameo in 'Home Alone' "She's a lovely lady. The American actress and businesswoman married The King of Rock 'n' Roll in a 1967 Las Vegas wedding.
(He later changed the spelling of his middle name to the biblical form of Aaron.) Presley was supposed to be a twin, but his brother, Jesse Garon (sometimes spelled Jessie) was stillborn.
From very humble beginnings, Elvis Presley grew up to become one of the biggest names in rock 'n' roll.
By the mid-1950s, he appeared on the radio, television and the silver screen.
On August 16, 1977, at age 42, he died of heart failure, which was related to his drug addiction.