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2.27.2006

LISA MARIE PRESLEY HAS A LOT OF MONEY.

Aww. Here is Lisa Marie Presley, her new husband Michael Lockwood and mother Priscilla Presley decked out in Kimono gear for her recent wedding in Japan. The National Enquirer reports that Lisa Marie wore a kimono over a robe and traditional Japanese sandals and Michael wore sandals, a black kimono, Samurai skirt and traditional Samurai cap. He wore the cap after getting special permission from the priest to hide his bald spot. Heh? Although the wedding cost an estimated $250,000, it was an intimate affair with only 11 people that included Lisa Marie and Michael making the trek from Los Angeles to Japan for the ceremony. Before Lisa tied the knot, she had her fiance sign a pre-nup to protect her $700 million fortune. Smart. Damn, that is a lottt of money. Wow. The National Enquirer also reported that during the ceremony, Lisa Marie took part in a very sacred ritual. She threw a coin in a bowl, clapped her hands twice to the Shinto gods, bowed and wished for a child. Lisa Marie wants another baby! WooHoo! Best of luck to our girl Lisa Marie, as she is the only child of the great late Elvis Presley...keep putting those Elvis grandbabies out there, sister!
Source: The National Enquirer

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

that is the scariest picture i've ever seen.

what's that? i think i just heard Elvis rolling over.

10:02 AM, February 27, 2006  
Anonymous jpfl said...

Oh how I"m trying to see the love here...but damn..that photo.

And it's official..LMFP has already called me to ask me to be godmamma to her new baby!!

12:39 PM, February 27, 2006  
Blogger Hazim said...

Hey. Hazim here. Ugh. Lisa and hubby look like corpses. So dead. Elvis must be fidgeting in his grave right now.
In reference to Lisa Marie Presley's recent album title, after they both got married, she turned to him and said "Now What?"

7:09 PM, February 27, 2006  
Blogger The Cybrarian said...

A stocking cap over his bald spot?! And he looks just like her ex-- what's with the hollow-eyed gangly types?

10:44 AM, March 01, 2006  

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