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A young Cher once turned down a date with Elvis, but eventually showed him plenty of love with the 1995 "Walking in Memphis" video, in which she donned a wig and sunglasses and strapped on a guitar to become the King. It was a disguise she returned to time and again when performing the song in concert, including at the 2002 VH1 Divas show.
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The Princess of Pop took more than one page from the King of Rock 'n' Roll. In 2002, she released her Live from Las Vegas DVD, which showed her wearing a distinctly Elvis-like jumpsuit with a plunging neckline. She paid homage to Presley yet again in 2007, modeling her own comeback at the MTV Video Music Awards on his classic 1968 special, even stealing his line, "If you're looking for trouble, you've come to the right place."
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JONATHAN RHYS MEYERS
The Irish actor put on Presley's famous gold suit to earn a Golden Globe for portraying (but not singing as) the King in the 2005 TV miniseries Elvis.
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Costner donned a rhinestone-studded jumpsuit in 2001's 3000 Miles to Graceland, in which he, Kurt Russell, Christian Slater and David Arquette – all impersonating Elvis – try to rob a casino.
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At the 1984 Grammy Awards, the Eurythmics front woman sported a pompadour and a black-on-black ensemble that the King might've chosen early in his career. The impersonation ended at the stage, however: She performed her band's own "Sweet Dreams."
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Tupelo's favorite son and Springfield's most infamous goofball have more in common than the fact that Homer wriggled into the iconic white jumpsuit for the cover of the 2005 DVD collection Viva Los Simpsons – they also both named their daughters Lisa Marie.
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The Princess of Wales nicknamed her 1989 Catherine Walker outfit the "Elvis dress" because of its stand-up collar and encrusted pearls and sequins. Franklin Mint entrepreneur Lynda Resnick bought the dress for $135,000 at a charity auction just before Di's death in 1997; it's now at London's Victoria amp Albert Museum.
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In 1998, country-music theme park Dollywood kicked off its opening weekend with the E-Team: Elvises of the Sky – skydiving Elvises from Ohio. Naturally, the mistress of ceremonies came dressed appropriately in a Presley-style jumpsuit and big belt, though she opted out of the black wig.
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The resident Hound Dog of the '80s and '90s TGIF sitcom Full House was Stamos's Uncle Jesse, who had a secret life as an Elvis impersonator. In one episode, he sang classics including "Heartbreak Hotel" and "Suspicious Minds" in full Presley regalia, leaving his amused costars all shook up.