Guns N’ Roses singer Axl Rose delivers emotional tribute to Lisa Marie Presley


‘I’m still in shock’: Guns N’ Roses’ Axl Rose gets emotional as he paid tribute to Lisa Marie Presley at her Graceland memorial

Guns N’ Roses singer Axl Rose delivered an emotional tribute to his good friend Lisa Marie Presley at her memorial at Graceland on Sunday.

‘I’m still in shock as I feel like I will continue to be for quite some time. I feel like I’m suppose to be texting her like right now,’ he began. 

He continued: ‘I never in a million years imagined singing here, especially under these circumstances. This is truly devastating and I’m sure excruciating for everyone here.’ 

Guns N’ Roses singer Axl Rose delivered an emotional tribute to his good friend Lisa Marie Presley at her memorial at Graceland on Sunday

Lisa Marie Presley suffered a cardiac arrest at her Calabasas home, and died at a hospital in Los Angeles on January 12. She was age 54.

Priscilla Presley led her family in tributes to her late daughter at an emotional memorial service Sunday morning.

She shared a poem by one of Lisa Marie Presley’s 14-year-old daughters, in which she called her mother ‘an icon, a role model and a superhero.’

Taking the stage: Axl addressed attendees

Taking the stage: Axl addressed attendees 

The poem read: ‘She always knew she wouldn’t be here too long… some say a broken heart killed her,’ referring to her son, Benjamin’s untimely death by suicide in July 2020.

Advertisement



Source link

Latest

Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell arrive for Britain’s Got Talent auditions

Amanda Holden cut a stylish figure as she and a slim Simon Cowell stepped out for Britain's Got Talent auditions on Saturday. The presenter,...

Melbourne woman wears outrageously revealing dress on a night out

Would you wear THIS on a night out? Aussie woman leaves...

Offset and Machine Gun Kelly lead stars at Jay-Z’s Roc Nation pre-Grammy brunch

Offset and Machine Gun Kelly slip into elegant suits as they...

Covid-19 Misinformation Goes Unchecked on Radio and Podcasts

“People develop really close relationships with podcasts,” said Evelyn Douek, a senior research fellow at Columbia University’s Knight First Amendment Institute. “It’s a...