Elvis daughter talks heartbreaking similarity between him and Michael Jackson

Elvis Presley's daughter Lisa Marie Presley talked about her brief marriage to Michael Jackson in an unearthed interview.

During the candid chat, Lisa Marie, 51, revealed a specific similarity between her ex-husband and her late father.

Despite Lisa Marie lived mainly with her mother, she spent lots of time with her infamous father at his Memphis home in Graceland.

She was just nine-years-old when Elvis tragically dies from heart failure at the age of 42.

Singer-songwriter Lisa Marie, 51, has been married four times.

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She tied the knot with popstar Michael Jackson just 20 days after her divorce from her first husband, Danny Keough, in 1994.

The couple were married for two years before she filed for divorce.

However, she later said they had spent a further four years on and off while attempting to get thing back on track.

Talking about their marriage in a 2010 interview with Oprah Winfrey, Lisa Marie talked about a connection between Billie Jean star Jackson and her father, Elvis.

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Talking about 'sycophants' – a person who acts excessive towards someone important in order to gain advantage – who surrounded her late ex-husband, she said: "The one thing that correlates with Michael and with my father on this subject is that they had the luxury of creating whatever reality around them they wanted to create.

"They could have the kinds of people who were going to go with their programme or not go with their programme.

"If they weren’t, then they could be disposed of,” she added."

Continuing, Lisa Marie said: "Michael wasn’t a bad person because that's how he functioned.

"I took it very personally, though. I felt I was disposable. You know? And it was the same with my father.

"Sometimes I sit and I think there have been times when I’ve been angry at the people around him. Why didn’t you stop him? Why didn’t you say something?"

"Well, because if you did, you were out. It’s very simple."

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