Lisa Marie Presley worked in a UK fish and chip van and no one ever knew
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Famous faces, fans and friends around the world are paying tribute to the late Lisa Marie Presley, who passed away aged 54.
Among those remembering Lisa Marie is former pub owner and Sussex man Justin Scales, who became fast friends with Elvis' daughter when she moved to his village.
Justin, who described his famous friend as 'just normal', says that Lisa once worked a shift in his fish and chip van with her son Benjamin Keough, and really 'enjoyed it'.
Lisa and her then-husband Michael Lockwood moved to Rotherfield, East Sussex in 2010, and after stopping in Justin's pub The Kings Arms, the pair became fast friends.
"She wasn't pretentious... she was just normal, she came in, put the hat on, drank a pint of Guinness, and would belly laugh," Justin told ITV.
"One Friday night, her and her son Ben said, 'Can we come on the chip van? We want to serve.'"
He continued: "Ben came on, Lisa came on, and they served. Ben was frying the fish, Lisa was serving the customers, and the customers didn't have a clue!"
Lisa, who had been in the spotlight since the day she was born, got a kick out of people not realising who she was.
Lisa loved Justin and his wife Kim's chip van so much that, when John Travolta flew out to visit her, she asked them to bring the chip van out to her house.
"We took the van up to her house and they had fish and chips," Justin recalled.
"She wanted them to see what her life was like now within the UK."
And Lisa was just as eager to show Justin her life, too, whether it was inviting them out to Las Vegas for her 42nd birthday party or bringing them out to her house in Hawaii for two weeks.
But it wasn't just Justin and Kim who Lisa Marie took a shining to - she had time for everyone in the Sussex village.
"When the media and papers would come around, the villagers would never talk about her," said the former pub owner.
"They shielded her, and let her be who she wanted to be."
On Friday 13 January, Lisa Marie passed away after suffering a cardiac arrest the day before.
Her mother Priscilla Presley confirmed Lisa's death in a statement, which read: "It is with a heavy heart that I must share the devastating news that my beautiful daughter Lisa Marie has left us.
"She was the most passionate, strong and loving woman I have ever known."
While accepting the award, Austin thanked the Presley family for their support.
"The Presley family, thank you guys for opening your hearts, your memories, your home to me," he said.
"Lisa Marie and Priscilla, I love you forever."