Celebrities reflected in the lives of Lisa Marie Presley, Elvis and Priscilla Presley, after her death on Thursday.
The 54-year-old actress, who appeared at the Golden Globe Awards earlier this week, was admitted to the hospital early Thursday after going into cardiac arrest at her California home.
She is survived by her three children along with her mother, who shared the tragic news of her daughter’s death.
“She was the most compassionate, strong, and loving woman I’ve ever known,” Priscilla Presley told the Associated Press in a statement.
Lisa Marie’s son, Benjamin Keough, died in 2020.
Nicolas Cage, in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, called his ex-wife’s death “devastating news.”
“Lisa had the greatest laugh of anyone I’ve ever met,” said Cage.
“She has lit up every room, and I am sad. I find some solace in thinking that she has reunited with her son, Benjamin.”
Rita Wilson, who is married to “Elvis” actor Tom Hanks, reflected on her time with Presley while promoting the movie.
“Lisa Marie was so honest and direct, vulnerable, in suspense about the movie. She spoke so eloquently about her father, what the movie meant to her, that it was a celebration of her father,” Wilson wrote on Instagram.
″…Our hearts and prayers are with Riley, Harper, Finley, Danny, and Priscilla. A mother should never lose her child. Lisa Marie lost her precious son Benjamin, Priscilla lost her only daughter. That’s a lot. Sending love to the family and prayers for peace and strength. Love, Rita and Tom.”
Grammy Award-winning singer LeAnn Rimes called the news of Presley’s death “heartbreaking”.
“I hope she is at peace in her father’s arms. My heart goes out to her family. So much grief in just a few years,” Rhimes wrote.
The Smashing Pumpkins’ lead singer Billy Corgan, who collaborated with Presley early in her career, wrote that her death was mourned “on more levels than he could” count.
He wrote, “Please send your prayers for her family and children at this difficult time.”
“I really can’t find the words to express how sad this really is. RIP @LisaPresley.”
Other celebrities — including John Travolta, Tom Hanks, and Marlee Matlin — have also paid tribute to Presley on social media.
You can see more tributes to Presley below.