Lisa Marie Presley, the famous “King of Rock and Roll” Elvis Presley’s daughter, died on January 12, Thursday at the age of 54. The singer-songwriter had a heart attack and had to be taken to the hospital the same day. Her mother, Priscilla Presley, told the news that she had died.
What was Lisa Marie Presley’s Death Cause?
Lisa Marie Presley, the only child of the late, great singer Elvis Presley, died 54 hours after being hospitalised for what seemed to be a heart attack. She was only 54 years old. Her mother, Priscilla Presley, said that she had died. While her daughter was in the hospital, she also wrote a touching Instagram post for her.
A family member said in a statement, “Priscilla Presley and the rest of the Presley family are shocked and saddened by the tragic death of their beloved Lisa Marie. They are very grateful to everyone for their help, love, and prayers, and they ask for privacy during this very hard time.”
Lisa Marie Presley’s mother, Priscilla, confirmed the sad news Thursday night (January 12): “It is with a heavy heart that I must tell you that my beautiful daughter Lisa Marie has died. She was the most strong, most loving, and most passionate woman I’ve ever met. We’d like to be left alone while we try to deal with this terrible loss. Thank you.”
If you didn’t already know, Lisa Marie Presley was taken to the hospital yesterday after she may have had a heart attack. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said in a statement that paramedics went to the 5900 block of Normandy drive in Calabasas to help a woman in her 50s who was not breathing.
As soon as they got there, they started CPR. When they saw “signs of life,” they took the woman to a nearby hospital for “immediate medical care.” But because of privacy laws, the spokesperson did not say who Lisa was while she was in the hospital.
About Lisa Marie’s Life Journey
Lisa Marie was born nine months after Elvis and Priscilla got married. She was Elvis’s only child. After her parents got a divorce in 1973, she and her mother moved to Los Angeles when she was 4 years old. Lisa was only 9 years old when Elvis died. In an interview in 2009, Lisa talked about her father: “He would always wake me up in the middle of the night to sing. He would get on the table and sing. He was my dad, but he was a very interesting one.”
Lisa has put out three albums as a professional: “To Whom It May Concern” in 2003, “Now What” in 2005, and “Storm & Grace” in 2007. (2012). The Recording Industry Association of America was asked to give her first album a Gold certification. She also put out some singles that weren’t part of an album. These included a few duets with her father that used tracks he had put out before his tragic death.
Lisa was married several times, and not all of them were happy. Lisa married Chicago musician Danny Keough in 1988, and they had two children, Riley and Benjamin. But in 1994, they got a divorce. Benjamin died by suicide in 2020, just before he would have turned 28.
Lisa married Michael Jackson, whom her father had introduced to her when she was just 7 years old, soon after she got divorced. “I love Michael a lot, and I want to spend my whole life with him. She said about Michael back then, “I understand and support him. We both want to start a family.” They were together for two years, but then they broke up.
Then she got engaged to musician John Oszajca, who was born in Hawaii, but they broke up when she met Nicholas Cage. They got married in secret, but they were only together for about four months.
She got married to Michael Lockwood in 2006, and the two of them now have two children. But their divorce was finalised in 2021, which led to a fierce fight over who would get the kids. Lisa was last seen at the Golden Globes with her mother, where they were there to support the film “Elvis” by Baz Luhrmann, which was about her late father.