Lisa Marie and husband Michael Lockwood welcomed twin girls into the world on October 7th 2008. The couple have named them Finley and Harper.
In March 2008 it was revealed that Lisa Marie was suing Britain's Daily Mail newspaper after it printed comments that she was 'piling on the pounds'. Lisa Maries claims that due to the reports, she was forced to reveal she was pregnant.
Lisa is an outspoken philanthropist, she created 'Presley Place', in Memphis, Tennessee, a transitional housing facility. She is also the founder of the Literacy, Education, & Ability Program, (LEAP) that raises money and awareness to fight illiteracy. Lisa is also the international spokesperson for children's rights for CCHK, a humanitarian organization working to stop the psychiatric drugging of children.
Lisa teamed up with David Bowie and other celebrities at the 'Fashion Rocks' benefit concert to aid the Hurricane Katrina victims in 2005.
Lisa served as the Grand Marshall of the NASCAR Busch Series Sams Town250, in October 2005.
Lisa has a private jet named after her by her father, the 'Lisa Marie' is a converted CONVAIR 880. It is housed on exhibit at the Graceland Museum in Memphis, Tennessee. She once lent the jet to the rock band Queen, and gifted the lead singer one of Elvis's bandanas.
Lisa and her mother attended the opening of Scientology's controversial: 'Psychiatry: An Industry Of Death' museum. The museum pitches the conspiracy t heory connecting Adolph Hitler to the psychiatric profession.
Elvis's nicknames for Lisa were: Injun, Yisa, sweetcheeks, and buttonhead.
Lisa and her mother Priscilla were both introduced to the Church of Scientology by John Travolta. Lisa and her ex-husband Danny remain avid members of the Church and raised their children in the Church, and home schooled them. Lisa later sold her house that was located next to the Church of Scientology in Clearwater, Florida to fellow Scientologist parishioner Kirstie Alley.
Lisa's story of her parent's life together, her birth, and childhood were all recounted in her mother's book released in 1985, Elvis and Me.
Lisa refers to Nicolas Cage as a 'hot head' who was obsessed with the idea of marrying Elvis's daughter, more than a real relationship with her as an individual. Their arguments were intense, and she soon became bored with his lifestyle.
Lisa insists that she was genuinely in love with Michael Jackson when they married, but feels that he was using her to gain control of her dead father's estate. She described a side of him that he only shows to a select few, a boisterous, drinking, joke-telling man that was a blast to be with. During their time as a couple, Lisa felt the need to protect him from all of the rumors that were swirling, and admits that the infamous MTV award show kiss was staged. The couple shared physical intimacy for the first 7 months of their marriage, but it faded.
Lisa eventually inherited Elvis's estate, being his only child, and in November 2005, she sold 85% of the estate's business holdings to CKXING incorporated. Graceland itself, and the property within it were not involved in that transaction.
Lisa attended mostly private and boarding schools during her youth in Los Angeles, including the Happy Valley Middle School in 10th grade, and the John Thomas Dye School. She was expelled for drug use from at least two of her private schools, she was a cocaine user.
Lisa was born on February 1st, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee to Elvis & Priscilla Beaulieu Presley. She is the only child that the couple shared.
Lisa covered the Don Henley hit 'Dirty Laundry' because of the social statement it makes on society's fascination and obsession with other people's problems.
Lisa usually insists on writing all of her own songs, but when she worked on Now What?, her producer recommended that she meet up with Linda Perry, former lead singer of 4 Non Blondes. She was hesitant, especially after hearing that Linda had written hits for Christina Aguilera and Pink, but agreed to a lunch. The two had a lot in common over lunch, and headed for the studio. The duo worked perfectly, so Lisa agreed to use her lyrics.
Lisa released her 2nd album Now What? in 2005, it reached #9 on the Billboard 200, and it went certified gold in November, 2005. Unlike her debut album, this album was stickered with a 'parental advisory' warning.
Lisa covers a Ramones track that was hand-picked for her by Johnny Ramone, called 'Here Today'. She had hoped that he would play on the song, but his condition worsened, and he dies on the very day that she began recording the song. Before placing it on the album, she played it for his widow for the approval that she didn't get to hear from him.
Lisa was devastated when one of her closest friends, Johnny Ramone died of Cancer. She spent his final days by his side, and dedicated the track 'When You Go' to him.
Lisa appears in the Johnny Cash music video 'Gods Gonna Cut You Down', in 2006.
Lisa released her debut album To Whom It May Concern in 2003, it went to #5 on the Billboard 100 chart, and was certified gold.
Lisa has a black belt in karate and takes classes from Tae-Bo expert and personal trainer, Billy Blanks.
Lisa has a half brother, Navarone Garibaldi.
Lisa and businessman Neil Bush (brother of President George Bush) joined forces in 2002 to testify before Congress, speaking out against medicating children for mental disorders.
She married Michael Jackson 20 days after her divorce from her first husband Danny Keough.
Lisa married her guitarist, Michael Lockwood in a ceremony in Kyoto, Japan on January 22nd, 2006. The two were introduced by her ex-husband Danny Keough, who was also best man in their wedding.
Lisa and Nic were married in Hawaii.
Was once married to actor Nicolas Cage for 3 months in 2002.
Has 2 children from her first marriage to Danny Keough. Daughter, Danielle Riley Keough, born May 29, 1989 and Son, Benjamin Storm Keough, born October 21, 1992.
Lisa: (claiming she met her father, Elvis, through a medium in 2008) This was my dad, this was Elvis coming through. It was so overwhelming that I started to cry. The most comforting thing he told me is that even though he's not here physically any more he is still with me and he watches over the babies too.
Lisa Marie (about her mother Priscilla being on Dancing With the Stars): She can dance. She can dance well. I'm just going to be so nervous. I don't want to be in the audience. I'll be in the back... biting whatever's left of my nails off!
Lisa Marie (on if her experience with the tabloids regarding her pregnancy will be a possible theme for her next album): I don't want to make it all about that. It'll be whatever's on my mind, everyday. That's usually what I write anyway.
Lisa Marie (when she found out the tabloids were speculating about her weight): Yeah, it was pretty gnarly. That was an unexpected attack--assault... To have somebody sitting here, taking photographs of you that are really unflattering, you don't really know anything about it, and... [tabloids putting] it in some weird, unnecessary, unhealthy, bad light was what sort of crossed the line.
Lisa Marie: (after revealing she was pregnant following jibes she was putting on weight) Once they got a glimpse of my expanding physique a few days ago, they have been like a pack of coyotes circling their prey whilst eerily howling with delight. Starting with a London publication and then New York and Chicago all writing false, defamatory, degrading stories about all of the dark possible reasons I could be putting on weight.
Lisa: I'm not a yoga and health girl. I don't exercise that much and I eat crap.
Lisa: I've produced something that was mine, that I'm proud of, so it helps me hold my head up a bit higher. It's not based on some other B.S. that I'm getting attention. I get attention for the right reasons, which makes me happy with the record.
Lisa: I thought of putting the record out under another name, and I thought about putting it out under a band name, or anonymously - I ran through everything. Andy Slater, the president of Capitol, and I tend to battle a lot, and he always wins - so far. He persuaded me to put the record out under my own name.
Lisa: I had to do this record for me. I don't like attention on me, and that's a problem, but if I get it, I'd rather have it because I made a record and not because of who I married or who my dad was.
Lisa: The biggest struggle, and why I took so long, was to get me to compromise enough to put records on that were sort of safe and radio-friendly. What I tend to go towards is ambience and a vibe. I didn't go for a style, which is why the whole thing is a potpourri of I don't know what.
Lisa: (On her father) One thing he had was a lot of pride and dignity and if anybody tries to take it away, I'm kind of hardcore with that.