Elvis (almost) photographed in SC Parish just days ago
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Elvis impersonator is a dead ringer for The King.
Elvis is alive! Or so it seemed when this lookalike popped up to sing “Hound Dog’” and a lot more more at a party pitched by Valerie and David Hymel’s in Willowridge.
The dead-ringer of an impersonator “Shook Up” the place in true Elvis style.
Here, Paula Rechen, Valerie Hymel, and Teresa O’Neal “Jailhouse Rock” with the “Hunka Hunka Burnin’ Love.”
For those of you who forgot, The King’s birthday was Jan. 8. Age if he had lived: 72.
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