And then there is Elvis, the man she saw as her mirror image. “We both felt a current, an electricity that went straight through us, (…) It would become a force we couldn’t control." Never once, though, does she mention Priscilla, Elvis’s fiancee at the time. Why not? "She wasn’t here,” she replies, referring to Los Angeles, and then shoots a dagger look. (NYT)
Ann-Margret wardrobe testing for State Fair (1962)
If I wind up broke, well, I’ll always remember I had a swingin’ time
-Elvis & Ann-Margret in Viva Las Vegas (1964)
"The critics had an image of me, and they wouldn’t accept any other… I was a cartoon character. A joke."
- Ann-Margret, 1960’s
Ann-Margret walking with a friend (1960’s)
Ann-Margret & Elvis Presley giving their all in Viva Las Vegas (1964)