Elvis Kiss Mystery Solved

August 9, 2011 by Post Team 

Elvis Kiss Mystery SolvedElvis Kiss Mystery Solved, If you’re a fan of Elvis Presley, who surely knows the photograph entitled “The Kiss.” The famous 1956 black, and white photo features a woman-kissing king mysterious and unidentified. Who was she was still a mystery. Until now … Vanity Fair recently revealed her identity as Barbara Gray.

On the morning of Monday, Gray, 75, and photographer Alfred Wertheimer spoke with Matt Lauer on “Today.” She said the series of photos were captured within minutes of a short time he had with Presley. It was taken in June 1956 as the singer was preparing to perform at the Mosque Theater in Richmond, Virginia.

He said that although the picture looks pretty sxy, she felt no chemistry with the star of up-and-coming. “Maybe he had sparks, but I did not even know who he was,” said Gray. “It’s a fun guy, very silly and running chasing each other, to be young. I reduced the aisle next to me and asked if I wanted to (popular variety show)” The Steve Allen Show ‘with him. And I said, ‘No, I’m on my way to Philadelphia to see my boyfriend. “And then he began the challenge for him.”

On the day of the session famous Wertheimer Shutterbug never wrote the name of Gray. “I never realized that these [photos] would become an icon,” said Wrtheimer. “… Nineteen years passed (from the photos taken and Elvis’ death) where no one called me a photograph of Elvis Presley. The day of her death, Time magazine called me and said, “Bring your photos immediately.”

Gray also said that her brief encounter with the legend of rock and roll “was the first and last.” I received a Christmas card from him once, but that was it, “he said.” Shortly thereafter, he left the state so I do not know if I tried to contact me or not. “

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