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Pay up to impersonate Elvis?

Kevin Anderson | 16:14 UK time, Monday, 17 April 2006

Reportedly, there are some 30,000 Elvis impersonators out there, and they might be put out of business. Robert Sillerman, a billionaire media entrepreneur who owns American Idol, has bought an 85% stake in Elvis Presley Enterprises, and his company might move to officially authorise Elvis impersonators in the US.

Blogger Dave Haxton had this to say:

I wonder what I'll take to get his "authorization" to impersonate Elvis?

While I was surfing, I found the official Graceland cam. Looks like a nice day in Memphis.

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