ABC's "Good Morning America" is planning a week-long salute to Elvis Presley, who died 25 years ago on Aug. 16 at the age of 42. Good Morning America's" on-air tribute, anchored by Diane Sawyer and Charles Gibson, begins August 12 and will include a full show's broadcast from Presley's Graceland estate in Memphis and a vigil for the King from Memphis on August 15.
In other segments, Good Morning America will trace Presley's gospel music roots, recall his film career and his relationship with wife Priscilla Presley. "Since he first shook his hips on 'Ed Sullivan' to the day Elvis died, our lives were changed," said "GMA" executive producer Shelley Ross. "We thought it best to dedicate an entire week to his life and music.