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How many girlfriends did Elvis had in his whole life ?        
 
   
 
I just thought i would post this list of the many women in elvis presley lifetime, i got it from another forum so if anyone can add to or has got any info some of the ladies who are not very popular let us know !         
 
  
 
  
 
  
 
01. Carol Ballard - In Tupelo, Elvis was nine        
 
02. Eloise Bedford - Childhood girlfriend03. Magdelen Morgan - In Tupelo      
04. Betty McMann - 1950-51      
 
05. Billie Wardlaw - Lauderdale Courts girlfriend 06. Regis Wilson      
 
Vaughan - Prom date - 1953      
 
07. Tammy Young - High School      
 
08. Dixie Locke - Elvis' Memphis sweetheart      
 
09. Patty Philpot - Memphis, mid 1950's      
 
10. Anita Carter - Singer with the Carter Sisters      
 
11. Barbara Pittman - recorded at Sun Records      
 
12. Sharon Wiley - mid 1950's      
 
13. Carolyn Bradshaw - Hayride Folk singer      
 
14. June Juanico - serious early girlfriend.      
 
15. Wanda Jackson - Decca recording artist      
 
16. Marilyn Evans - Las Vegas showgirl      
 
17. Judy Spreckles - spring 1957      
 
18. Andrea June Stevens - Won a date      
 
19. Joan Blackman - Blue Hawaii / Kid Galahad 20. Diana Dors - British      
 
sex kitten      
 
21. Natalie Wood - Actress      
 
22. Kate Wheeler - 1956      
 
23. Joan Brasher - former miss Nevada      
 
24. Kitty Dolan - Tropicana singer      
 
25. Sandy Preston - Dated Elvis In Vegas      
 
26. Jayne Mansfield - actress - fall 1956      
 
27. Yvonne Lime - actress - 1956-57      
 
28. Anita Wood - Serious Memphis girlfriend      
 
29. Rita Moreno - actress - 1957      
 
30. Venetia Stevenson - dated In 1957-58      
 
31. Mamie Van Doren - 1957      
 
32. Tempest Storm - stripper - 1957      
 
33. Dottie Harmony - Las Vegas showgirl      
 
34. Anne Neyland - Dated - Jailhouse Rock      
 
35. Sherry Jackson - Actress      
 
36. June Wilbank - 1958      
 
37. Lillian Portnoy - She kissed Elvis      
 
38. Barbara Hearn - Memphis      
 
39. Dolores Hart - Loving You / King Creole      
 
40. Jeanne Carmen - Actress - 1958      
 
41. Carol Connors - Singer      
 
42. Bobbie Gentry - Singer      
 
43. Heli Priemel - Dated In Germany      
 
44. Siegrid Schutz - Germany In 1959      
 
45. Vera Tschechowa - Dated In Munich      
 
46. Margrit Buergin - Secretary In Germany      
 
47. Anjelika Zehetbauer - Nightclub dancer      
 
48. Jane Clarke - Lido Club dancer      
 
49. Nancy Parker - Lido Club dancer      
 
50. Sue Anderson - Germany      
 
51. Patti Parry - Memphis Mafia member      
 
52. Kathy Gabriel - Miss Ohio - 1958      
 
53. Hannah Melcher - Miss Austria      
 
54. Carolyn Frazer - girlfriend - march 1960      
 
55. Juliet Prowse - GI Blues co-star      
 
56. Bonnie Bunkley - Dated In spring 1960      
 
57. Nancy Sharp - Flaming Star assistant      
 
58. Sandy Ferra - Dated In 1960      
 
59. Connie Stevens - Actress - 1961      
 
60. Hope Hathaway - Chorus girl, 1961      
 
61. Yvonne Craig - Kissin Cousin co-star      
 
62. Cheryl Holfridge - Starlet      
 
63. Sharon Hugueny - Dated In 1963      
 
64. Shelley Fabares - co-starred In 3 films      
 
65. Vicky Meyerlink - Dated during Clamake      
 
66. Jackie Deshannon - singer songwriter      
 
67. Barbara Bonner - Dated In the 1960's      
 
68. Ann Margret - Viva Las Vegas co-star      
 
69. Deborah Walley - Spinout co-star      
 
70. Cybill Shepherd - Actress      
 
71. Joyce Bova - met In 1969      
 
72. Barbara Leigh - 1970      
 
73. Vicki Peters - Dated In 1971      
 
74. Carol Connor - songwriter      
 
75. Sandra Zancan - Las Vegas showgirl      
 
76. Linda Thompson - long time girlfriend      
 
77. Ann Pennington - 1974      
 
78. Diane Goodman - Miss Georgia, 1972      
 
79. Mindi Miller - model - 1975-76      
 
80. Jo Cathy Brownlee - Footbal team hostess      
 
81. Mallessa Blackwood - dated      
 
82. Ann Helm - Follow That Dream co-star      
 
83. Nancy Sinatra - Speedway co-star      
 
84. Tina Louise - Actress      
 
85. Sheila Ryan - Dated Elvis In 1974      
 
86. Piper Laurie - Actress      
 
87. Tuesday Weld - Co-star romance      
 
  
 
88. KathyWestmoreland - Toured with Elvis       
 
  
 
89. Aicia Kerwin - 1977 - Bank teller       
 
  
 
90. Lisa Watts, Memphis bank teller, May-August 1977       
 
  
 
91. Ginger Alden - Elvis' last girlfriend.       
 
  
 
92. Priscilla Presley - first met while In Germany, and later Elvis'       
 
  
 
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Ginger Alden (born November 13, 1956 in Memphis, Tennessee) is an American actress/model who is best known as being the fiancee of Elvis Presley.               
Ginger first met Presley in 1961 through her father, who had been Presley's induction officer when he joined the United States military in 1958 when the family had been invited to join Elvis at the fairgrounds for a night of fun. When she was 20 years old, she, her older sister Terry (then the current Miss Tennessee) and their older sister Rosemary were introduced to Presley once again. Presley had been dating others when he asked Ginger to marry him. Presley introduced Alden and her family often during their courtship and while on his tours and during his last televised performance in 1977, Presley introduced Ginger Alden to a national audience and had planned to announce their engagement publicly on his upcoming tour in Memphis.               
Elvis, then aged 42, and Ginger came in from playing raquetball on August 16, and Elvis went to go read a book in his bathroom. Ginger fell asleep and woke early that afternoon to find his lifeless body in the bathroom.               
After Presley's death, Ginger made a career in modeling, radio, television and film. She worked in numerous commercials, made guest appearances on television shows, and signed on to be a regular cast member of the 1986–87 season of the daytime soap opera, Capitol alongside Teri Hatcher.               
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Ginger & Jo Smith (Billy Smith'wife) at Elvis concert 1977               
 
 
            
 
  
               
               
  
  
 
KATHY WESTMORELAND                  
 
                 
 
  
 
Kathy Westmoreland (born August 10, 1945 in Texarkana, Arkansas) is an American singer.        
 
                
 
After growing up in Abilene, Texas, the daughter of a professional singer (father) and a professional dancer (mother), she moved to California in 1962 with her sisters (professional singers Melody Westmoreland and Christie Westmoreland) and brother Brent (professional drummer/singer). She teamed up with friend and Garden Grove High School classmate Steve Martin in a musical comedy act, working together at the Birdcage Theater at Knott's Berry Farm and playing local coffee houses.               
                
 
A soprano, Westmoreland sang musical comedies and opera, performing oratorios and traveling with the Metropolitan Opera National Company by the age of eighteen. Returning to California, she joined the singing group The Sandpipers, who had a major hit with the song "Guantanamera." She became a studio session singer, appearing on numerous television shows such as those of Red Skelton, Tim Conway and Bobby Darin. She was one of Jimmy Joyce's singers, Ray Conniff's singers, Johnny Mann and many others, including vocals on recording sessions with hundreds of major artists. In 1970 she was hired to sing backup vocals for Elvis Presley, both in the studio and on stage, where he would introduce her as "the little girl with the beautiful high voice." She continued to perform with Presley until his death in 1977 and sang at his funeral at his request.        
 
                
 
In 1987, she published "Elvis and Kathy" that recounted her time with Presley. (ISBN 0-9618622-0-3)        
 
                
 
Kathy continues to perform to sold-out crowds, ranging from nightclubs to country-rock-and dinner theaters to fan clubs, and appears in films, TV, radio interviews, and recordings. She is currently contributing to many projects, including Dick Dale's HBO special, and occasionally performing with her daughter Lindsey, a singer and dancer.        
 
                
 
                   
 
                 
 
                 
 
                 
 
                 
 
  
 
www.kathywestmoreland.us                
                 
 
       
 
 
                 
 
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In 1987, she published "Elvis and Kathy" that recounted her time with Presley. (ISBN 0-9618622-0-3)                  
 
                  
 
Kathy continues to perform to sold-out crowds, ranging from nightclubs to country-rock-and dinner theaters to fan clubs, and appears in films, TV, radio interviews, and recordings. She is currently contributing to many projects, including Dick Dale's HBO special, and occasionally performing with her daughter Lindsey, a singer and dancer.                  
 



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His first adult sweetheart was Dixie Locke, whom he took to the junior and senior proms and dated from 1953-1955. He wanted to marry her, but she didn't want any part of a life filled with travel and movies and concerts. They broke up and she finished high school while he pursued his entertainment career. After that, he had trouble with monogomous dating and usually had two or three at a time throughout his entire life. He is said to have dated a Biloxi girl June Juanico, (who he met at his concert in Biloxi) from June 26, 1955 until she broke it off in March, 1957, "because he broke his vow". This is likely to be true since in this time period he was linked with many other women, including another Memphis girl Barbara Heard, and country singer Anita Carter .Somewhere in here he was also linked with Natalie Wood. While dating Barbara, he was known to date a Las Vegas showgirl named Dorothy Harmony who spent a month at Graceland. He also asked Wanda Jackson "to be his girl" in "the early part of 1956". Also in 1956, he was associated with Las Vegas showgirls Kathy Gabriel and Sandy Preston, singer Kitty Dolan, other Las Vegas girls Kate Wheeler, and Sharon Whiley. Later in the year, he was seen with Marilyn Evans who is the young woman on the piano of the famous "Million Dollar Quartet" photograph taken in December, 1956. Others are Yvonne Lime a co-start from Loving You, released in 1957; as well as Ann Neyland, his co-star from Jailhouse Rock , released in 1957. He is said to have dated Anita Wood "for about five years" sometime in this time period, probably 1957-1962, so she's in there somewhere, too. She was different in that Elvis wanted to marry her and she was willing, however, Colonel Tom Parker highly discouraged it. Also in 1957, an Arlene Bradley claims they had a romance until 1963. In 1957 he had a week-long romance with Tempest Storm and also dated Joan Bradshaw. In 1958, he was dating Judy Powell. Also, Deloris Hart a co-star from King Creole (1958). When in Germany, he was writing to Anita about his profound love for her, seeing Priscilla, and also a few other frauleins -- Anjelika Zehetbauer, Margit Buergin and Vera Tchechowa. After a year and a half in Germany, he came back to the States in 1960, picked things back up with Anita and also dated Juiliett Prowse from his next movie, GI Blues (1960) and also Nancy Sharp, a co-star from the next movie, Flaming Star (1960), Sandy Ferra in 1960, Joan Blackman from Blue Hawaii (1961). In 1962, while at a visit in his Bel Aire home in California, Anita found a letter from Priscilla in one of Elvis' books, and when questioned, Presley said it was from a fan. By this time, he had probably learned how to dodge questions! A short time later, in 1962, while on a visit to Graceland, she overheard Elvis say to Vernon that he was having trouble picking between two women. At this point, she broke it off quite cleanly. Priscilla, Germany, was aware that Anita was always in the picture from the time Elvis came to Germany until 1962 when she broke it off. (When Priscilla moved into Graceland a few years later, Elvis told her it was over between him and anita. At some point, she found love letters from Anita to Elvis, in the attic at Graceland.) Then, it was Joan O'Brien from World's Fair (1963) and he also dated Sharon Hugueny from 1963. He eventually brought Priscillia over from Germany and while she was tucked away between his parents' home and Graceland, finishing high school, the news media was awash with news of the Ann-Margaret affair in 1963. Then there was Peggy Lipton somehwere in here, and also Cybil Shepherd in 1966. Others in the mid-sixties included Jackie de Shannon, Bobbi Gentry, Kathy Westmoreland. He and Priscilla married in 1967. He dated Vicki Peters in 1971. He and Priscilaa separated in 1972. Sometime in here, he also dated showgirl Zandra Duncan, a Miss Georgia named Diana Goodman, , and Cathy Jo Brown Lee from Memphis. In 1972, he took up with Linda Thompson, a Miss Tennessee. When he was with Linda Thompson he was pretty exclusive for a year, but after a year of having her with him day and night in Las Vegas, he finally sent her home to Memphis; Thompson said in a Larry King interview, "so he could see other women." Others in the 1970s included Maleesa Blackwood from Memphis, glamour girls Mindy Miller and Ann Pennington. In 1975 he was dating Playboy Playmate Sheila Ryan. Thompson left in 1976 and then Ginger Alden was his last love interest from 1976-1977. She claimed Elvis had proposed to her and they were going to announce the engagement and get married. These are most of them, but there could be more!

 
 


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Elvis Presley’s Pet Names 
For Special Women in His Life 


Elvis and his guys had some kind of pet name for each other and for almost anybody else who spent some time around him. Below are nicknames given to 10 women in Elvis’s life. They range from relatives to girlfriends to movie costars. First, check out the list below and see how many you can identify. Then read on to see how you did.  
“Satnin” / “Little” / “Dodger” / “Foghorn” / “Nungen” / “Ooshie” / “Thumper” / “Mommy” / “Gingerbread” / “Josephine”  
Unless otherwise stated, most of the following information comes from either the 1992 book, Elvis: From Memphis to Hollywood by Alan Fortas, or the 1995 volume, Elvis Aaron Presley: Revelations from the Memphis Mafia, by Billy Smith, Marty Lacker, and Lamar Fike.  
  
• “Satnin”: Gladys Presley, June Juanico, Priscilla PresleyElvis liked this nickname so much that he used it for three women in his life. His mother was the first. Then there was June Juanico (right), a 1956 girlfriend from Biloxi, Mississippi. Finally, he used “Satnin” as a pet name for Priscilla.The origin of the term “Satnin” is in dispute. Elvis’s cousin, Billy Smith, claims, “Satnin’ meant a real condensed round of fattening, and Aunt Gladys was always heavy. Elvis would pat her on the stomach and say, ‘Baby’s going to bring you something to eat, Satnin’.”
However, in her 1997 book, Elvis: In the Twilight of Memory, June Juanico said “Satnin” had a different origin. It was while on a date in Memphis in May 1956 that Elvis first called June, “My beautiful little Satnin.” When she asked where the term came from, he explained: “She (his mother) used to sing to me when I was little. You remember the song, ‘Mammy’s Little Baby Loves Shortnin’ Bread’? Well, she used to sing ‘mama’s little baby has satnin skin.’ You know, June, skin soft as satin.” 
 
• “Little”: Anita WoodGeorge Klein introduced 19-year-old Anita to Elvis in 1957, and she remained his preferred girlfriend until his induction into the army a year later. She remembers the last thing Elvis said to her before he went overseas: “I love you, Little …” Even after Elvis met Priscilla in Germany, he continued to call Anita and send her presents. She was still in the picture when Elvis returned from the army, and it wasn’t until 1962, when she found out about Elvis and Priscilla, that she ended her relationship with Elvis.
Years later she saw his show in Las Vegas and met him backstage. She says Elvis told her, “Little, I wondered if we made a mistake.” She responded, “No Elvis, we didn’t, you wouldn’t have Lisa and I wouldn’t have my children and my husband.” She never saw Elvis again after that night.
 
• “Dodger”: Minnie Mae PresleyMinnie Mae Presley was Elvis’s grandmother and the mother of Vernon Presley. Her husband Jessie deserted her in 1942, and after Elvis became wealthy, he gave her a home for the rest of his life. She even lived with Elvis during his army stint in Germany. Minnie Mae outlived her famous grandson, dying on May 8, 1980.
Lamar Fike described Minnie Mae as a, “tough old bird. Tall, skinny, and peppery. Elvis called her ‘Dodger’ because he threw a ball once and it missed her face by a fraction of an inch.”
 
• “Foghorn”: Elisabeth StefaniakElisabeth was German-born but as a teenager became an American citizen through her stepfather, a American soldier. She was 19 in 1958 when she met Elvis at the base movie theater in Germany. After they dated a few times, Elvis convinced her parents to let Elisabeth move in with him as his personal secretary. She answered Elvis’s fan mail for the remainder of his time in Germany. Privately, the two continued their personal relationship.
When he left Germany and the army in March 1960, Elvis took Elisabeth back to Memphis with him to continue as his personal secretary. In Elvis the Soldier, which she co-wrote, Elisabeth recalls that one day at Graceland, Elvis told her, “Foghorn (a nickname he had always called me because of my low voice), I’m going to take you for a motorcycle ride.” Soon afterwards Elisabeth left Graceland to marry Rex Mansfield, Elvis’s closest friend during his army hitch.
 
• “Nungen”: Priscilla Presley“They’d baby-talk back and forth,” recalls Lamar Fike of Elvis and Priscilla. “He called her ‘Nungen,’ which was Elvis for ‘young one.’ But he also started calling her ‘Satnin’ since Gladys was gone.”
Alan Fortas remembers that “Fire Eyes” was one of Priscilla’s pet names for Elvis. “Elvis, with his history of baby talk, already had four hard-to-take nicknames for Priscilla,” Fortas added. “‘Nungen,’ which was an affectionate twist on ‘young one,’ ‘Cilla,’ ‘Little One,’ and the one he began using with increased frequency, now that its former owner didn’t need it anymore: ‘Satnin.’”
 

• “Ooshie”: Ursula Andress
Marty Lacker remembers seeing a picture of Elvis and Ursula gazing into each other’s eyes on the set of Fun in Acapulco. “Like they’re ready to gobble each other up. But that wasn’t any real big romance. He just enjoyed being with her. She came to visit him on the Roustabout set later on. Her nickname was ‘Ooshie’.”
Alan Fortas said the guys had a lot of fun when Ursula was around, but Elvis wasn’t interested in her romantically because she was married to John Derek at the time. Still, Elvis and Ursula flirted with each other, according to Billy Smith, and she would call Graceland occasionally. “She wouldn’t ask for Elvis,” Billy says, “because she knew Priscilla was there. So she’d ask for Alan … and Alan would call her back, and Elvis would get on the phone.”
 
• “Thumper”: Ann-Margret“I believe Ann-Margret really did care a lot for Elvis,” said Alan Fortas in his book. “And I think she truly wanted to marry him, even though she knew full well about Priscilla, and used the code names ‘Scoobie’ and ‘Bunny’ when she telephoned him at Graceland. (The guys joked that ‘Thumper’ would be more appropriate.)”
Marty Lacker remembers another nickname the guys had for her. “Ann genuinely liked people, and she liked every one of us. I think she also respected us. We used to have a lot of fun with her. She had a terrific sense of humor. We called her ‘Rusty’ because that was her name in the movie and because of her red hair.”
 
• “Mommy”: Linda ThompsonIn the summer of 1972, George Klein introduced 22-year-old Linda Thompson to Elvis at the Memphian theater. She soon became his live-in girlfriend and primary caregiver for the next four years. Eventually, Elvis’s bizarre behavior became too much for Linda to handle, and she finally left Elvis in November 1976.
“Linda was the best woman he had ever been with,” judged Marty Lacker. “He called her ‘Mommy,’ and she called him ‘Little Baby Buntin’.’ She cared about him. She wouldn’t fall asleep at night until after Elvis did. If something happened while he was sleeping, she’d be up in a minute.”
 
• “Gingerbread”: Ginger AldenGeorge Klein, Elvis’s main girlfriend-finder through the years, introduced 19-year-old Ginger Alden to Elvis at Graceland in November 1976, shortly before Linda Thompson’s relationship with Elvis ended. “I don’t know that there was any way that relationship could work,” noted Marty Lacker. “Ginger wanted to go out and party all the time and show Elvis off. And she wanted him to socialize with her group of friends—all sorts of things that Elvis wouldn’t do.”
Elvis’s pet name for his last girlfriend was “Gingerbread.” Billy Smith’s alternate nickname for her, however, reflected how much the guys disliked her. “Elvis didn’t know it,” says Billy, “but I always called her ‘Gingersnatch.’ And I didn’t stop there. I called her sister Rosemary ‘Poundcake.’ Which was really crude of me, but I couldn’t help it. I was so pissed off at that family.”


• “Josephine”: Jo Smith
Billy Smith’s wife Jo deeply resented Elvis for taking her husband away from her and their children for long periods of time to make movies. Still, toward the end of Elvis’s life, she moved into a trailer with Billy on the Graceland grounds because she knew how close the two cousins were to each other.
“After we’d been back with him a little while, my feelings about Elvis changed,” she recalls. “He called me Josephine. That’s not my name. But every single time he came down the steps, he sang that Fats Domino song to me, ‘Hello, Josephine.’ And he’d give me a big bear hug. He told me, “I’m going to make up for all the pain I put you through.”
Of course, there were many other nicknames coined by Elvis and the guys for people who passed through Elvis’s life. Their use testifies to Elvis’s sense of humor and to the childlike part of Elvis’s personality that he refused to leave in the past. |
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LINDA THOMPSON          
               Girlfriend until 1976          
 
 
     

         
         

Linda Thompson in her Memphis home         
 
 
      
        


   
 
       
 
 
  

    


        
        



        
Thompson was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee.         
In July 1972 she began a relationship with the recently separated Elvis Presley; their relationship ended in December 1976. She was portrayed by actress Stephanie Zimbalist, opposite Don Johnson as Elvis, in the 1981 television movie, Elvis and the Beauty Queen.         
In 1980 Thompson began a relationship with former Olympic Gold Medal decathlete Bruce Jenner. The couple married on January 5, 1981. They had two children, Brandon Jenner (born June 4, 1981) and Brody Jenner (born August 21, 1983). They divorced in 1984.         
On June 22, 1991, she married composer and record producer David Foster, with whom she has co-written many songs. He filed for divorce in 2006.         
 

        
         
 


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 New play: All the Kings Women


Decades after his death, Elvis Presley’s music and magic is still with us. “All the King’s Women” is a comedy examining how chance encounters with the “King” affected 17 women’s lives. From the shop owner where he bought his first guitar, to a Steve Allen television appearance, to a White House meeting with Richard Nixon, this play provides a hilarious glimpse of why his mystique continues. After enjoying these three monologues and five scenes, you may get a different perspective of the man and those obsessed with him. “All the King’s Women” by the EdgeWild Players will be on stage at the Edge Center in Bigfork, Montana, November 1 through 3. Friday and Saturday performances are at 7 p.m., with a Sunday matinee at 3 p.m. Tickets are $12 for adults and $5 for children.
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