For some reason I like her. And I mean, “Like” like.

Lisa Marie Presley steps into Elvis’ blue suede shoes
NEW YORK (AFP) – Lisa Marie Presley is to follow in the footsteps of her legendary father Elvis and release her first disc.
Presley, a 35-year-old mother of two, who counts pop star Michael Jackson, actor Nicholas Cage and musician Danny Keough among her ex-husbands, has made a “bluesy rock” disc called “To Whom it May Concern”, according to Newsweek magazine.
“I feel like I’ve lived four lives in one,” she told Newsweek. “I dealt with death early on. It wasn’t just my father, it was my grandma, my grandpa, my great-grandfather, my aunts — all in a two-year period.
“I didn’t have much of a runway into life. I was, like, a deep, dark kid who was always melancholy.”
Presley also talked of her relationship with Jackson.
“I thought, I need to be with someone who is bigger than I am — or at least comparable — so they don’t get trampled.
“Michael wanted to meet me earlier in my life and I said ‘No way.’ I thought he was a freak and I had no interest in meeting him. But when I finally did, he immediately dashed any preconceived idea I had about him.
“We had a perfectly normal conversation, and I completely forgot who he was within 30 minutes. I actually did fall in love with him, but I don’t know what was on his menu.”
She added: “It took me a while to realize that maybe he manipulated stories or did things for public reasons, and that I was getting dragged into it. I can see that now.”
Asked about the challenge of living up to Elvis’ legacy in song, Presley was straightforward.
“It’s intimidating. I hate it…. When I meet people, I know they are trying to sift through what they have heard. But if they listen (to the album), I hope they will hear somebody who’s being pretty darn honest and not throwing up smoke screens.”