For the King: Elvis Impersonators from Around the World

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Elvis Presley would be - or, depending on who you believe, is - 74 years old today. But he's as popular as ever, and alive or dead, as Mojo Nixon has noted many times, Elvis really is everywhere...

Rob Kingsley, Elvis Tribute UK's 2008 European Champion


"Turkish Elvis" Nevrez Caliskan

"World's Worst Elvis," Marc Paskin

India's "Elvis Madoo" 

"Extreme Elvis"

"Elvis Shmelvis," live on Russian state TV 

Tune in Tokyo: Dancing Elvis Impersonators in Japan

Happy birthday, Elvis! - Chris Gray

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