Lisa Marie Presley ‘rushed to hospital’ after suffering cardiac arrest

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Lisa Marie Presley, the only child of 1950s musical legend Elvis Presley, is said to have been hospitalised today due to a cardiac arrest. The 54-year-old reportedly received CPR from paramedics at her home in Calabasas before being taken to hospital in an ambulance.

US-based website TMZ was advised that paramedics were able to regain a pulse before transporting her to the hospital.

However, Lisa’s current condition is unknown.

Just two nights earlier, the star had been at the Golden Globe Awards with her mother, where actor Austin Butler won a gong for his portrayal of her father in the film Elvis.

The pair were visibly emotional at the event, which was held in the Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

At one point, Lisa placed both hands over her mouth as she watched Austin onstage.

“I want to thank our incredible producers and Warner Bros and the Presley family,” he’d declared.

“Thank you guys, thank you for opening your hearts, your memories, your home to me.”

Then he added poignantly: “Lisa Marie, Priscilla, I love you forever!”, prompting a tearful reaction from Elvis’ only daughter.

Austin had continued: “I owe this [award] to a bold, visionary filmmaker who allowed me the experience to take risks and I always knew I would be supported.

“I love you, Baz Luhrmann, thank you for believing in me in those moments that I didn’t even believe in myself!”

He then described Elvis himself as “an icon” and “a rebel”, vowing he would “never forget” him.

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