What Elvis Would Look Like If He Were Alive Today

Written by Gavin Lee
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What if you could see what you’d look like in forty years? Would you like what you saw? Fans of Elvis Presley got a peek at it recently when a photo was aged-up to show what the King would look like if he were alive today.

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The photo was created by PhoJoe.com, who specialize in image manipulation and restoration. While their site contains examples of other age progression, the Elvis photo is by far the most stark. His silver grey locks almost give a Johnny Cash look, which is fitting seeing as the two were constantly compared during their lives.

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Elvis was born in 1935 in Tupelo, Mississippi, but made his name in Memphis, Tennessee as a soul singer turned rock and roll star. His fame and success eclipsed every singer before him, even leading to acting gigs in a long list of hollywood films. He’d star in movies such as 'Love Me Tender' (1956), 'Jailhouse Rock' (1957) and 'Viva Las Vegas' (1964) as both the leading man and soundtrack.

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In 1958, Elvis was conscripted into the military where he would serve for two years. During this time he would be introduced to amphetamines, which many believe played a part in his death. In 1977 the world was shocked by the news that Elvis had died, despite dealing with poor health for the better part of the decade. At just 42, the world lost one of its greatest entertainers.

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Elvis was born in 1935 in Tupelo, Mississippi, but made his name in Memphis, Tennessee as a soul singer turned rock and roll star. His fame and success eclipsed every singer before him, even leading to acting gigs in a long list of hollywood films. He’d star in movies such as 'Love Me Tender' (1956), 'Jailhouse Rock' (1957) and 'Viva Las Vegas' (1964) as both the leading man and soundtrack.

In 1958, Elvis was conscripted into the military where he would serve for two years. During this time he would be introduced to amphetamines, which many believe played a part in his death. In 1977 the world was shocked by the news that Elvis had died, despite dealing with poor health for the better part of the decade. At just 42, the world lost one of its greatest entertainers.

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