1) Do you ever suffer the blues during the holidays?
Yes. After one of my children, my father and gram died I always remembered them during christmas.
2) More than 18 million visitors have toured Elvis' home, Graceland. Have you ever been there?
No. I'm not amwrican. It's too far away.
3) Elvis dyed his naturally light brown locks black. Do you dye your hair?
Not at the moment, but before christmas I will.
4) He also insisted his young girlfriend, Priscilla, dye her hair jet black. If your lover asked you to change your hair, would you?
5) Elvis served his country at an Army base in Friedberg, Germany. Have you ever been to Germany?
Yes, almost every week. We live in the border area.
6) Elvis famously had an affair with Ann-Margret during the filming of Viva Las Vegas. Have you ever indulged in a dalliance with a coworker?
7) Thinking of his movies ... Elvis was, by and large, unhappy with his film career and once said, "The only thing worse than watching a bad movie is being in one." Are you happy with the way your career is going/has gone?
That doesn't matter, does it?
8) Elvis lost "the battle of the bulge" toward end of his life. Are you happy with your weight?
I'm not happy with it, but I'm staying on the same weight, so I consider this natural for my age.
9) As a teenager, Elvis worked as an usher at a movie theater. What was your first job?
Typing adresses on envelopes.
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