A major exhibition of memorabilia relating to Elvis Presley is to take place at London's O2 Arena between December 12 and August 31.
The collection will comprise hundreds of pieces from his Graceland estate, which became a place of pilgrimage for legions of fans around the globe after his death.
Among the many pieces on display are the pink Cadillac he used on tour and a selection of his most lurid jumpsuits.
Priscilla Presley, who was married to the star for a number of years, told the London Evening Standard: "We knew he was popular, he had fans all over the world, but somehow the connection he had with people goes beyond what I ever saw before.
"His music and choices of music, people are endeared by him, and he also looked great, he was a wonderful specimen of a man, gorgeous, and he had wonderful talents, a beautiful spirit. He was the real deal.
"We've been wanting to do a large exhibition in Europe for some time now and when the O2 became available we knew this is the right time."
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