A disfigured Priscilla Presley is playing the genie in "Aladdin"—taking on a role where heavy makeup can cover up her plastic surgery disaster! The ex-wife of Elvis, now 70 years old, posed for pictures yesterday to promote her UK production in a Pantomime production—an overblown version of a stage musical where the performers are encouraged to give outlandish performances. "It's the perfect job for an actress who can no longer make usual facial expressions," said a theatre insider.
“Anyone who's seen Priscilla has to be worried about her,” a family friend told The ENQUIRER. She took injections of a “miracle anti-wrinkle serum” that turned out to be a car parts lubricant banned by the Food & Drug Administration. The unlicensed “doctor” who destroyed her once-gorgeous face, Daniel Serrano, was tabbed “Dr. Jiffy Lube” and booted back to his native Argentina.
Priscilla claims she’s fully recovered, but a medical expert says the damage is “permanent” because “you can never remove it all.” Her return to the UK stage for the Christmas season is also an attempt for Priscilla to bring the spotlight back to herself, after recently spending time promoting the release of a blockbuster new Elvis album, "If I Can Dream: Elvis Presley With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra."
“It was difficult, especially at a young age, being a new wife and automatically being a new mother and being in rock and roll,” she confessed in an interview. “I wanted to be a mom and yet, I traveled a lot and Elvis wanted me to be with him. It was a tug of war trying to make it all work.” Priscilla called Elvis, who died in 1977 at the age of 42, the “love of her life” and insisted they remained close after their 1973 divorce. “She’s cementing Elvis’ legacy,” said the friend. “And, sadly, you just have to wonder if this is her goodbye!”