While Priscilla was promoting her late husband's new album featuring recordings with the London Philharmonic orchestra, viewers marvelled at her ageless appearance."Priscilla Presley looks like she's in her early 30s! Witchcraft surely."Others were less complimentary, questioning her alleged surgical procedures.
"But as time went on, I wondered what I was going to do with my life."I’d been on set for some of Elvis’ movies and acting had always appealed to me, but the thought of standing up in front of a room full of people scared the hell out of me."In the late 70s I started acting classes, but I couldn’t get on stage because I was terrified of making a fool of myself."After six months, the instructor made me stand up in front of the class and said, ‘I want you to sing and dance and whistle. "And it wasn’t so bad."I knew I was never going to be a great actress, but I’d finally beaten that fear."I got a few jobs and in the early 80s, I was asked to join the cast of Dallas as Jenna Wade."Suddenly I was a real actor."I stayed with the show for five years and was wondering where life was going to take me when my agent said the guys who’d made the hit comedy Airplane!The first album consisted of recordings from those shows, Elvis' first live performances since his March 1961 benefit concert in Hawaii.Signature hits from his 1950s and early 1960s repertoire appeared alongside a cover of "Words" by The Bee Gees, his recent hit single "In The Ghetto" and an extended version of "Suspicious Minds", the single of which had only just been released during the engagement.Author Shirley Dieu, who interviewed Priscilla at length, says she told her she met the King of Rock and Roll in July 1977, four years after their divorce, and he begged: “I’m miserable.I want my family back.” Calling her Satnin, his pet name for her during six years of marriage, Elvis referred to their daughter Lisa Marie, saying: “I miss the family times we all had.
It peaked at number 12 on the Billboard 200, and has been certified Gold on December 13, 1969, by the Recording Industry Association of America.