Just when you thought things couldn't get stranger! Here we go! Lucy de Barbin now claims Elvis was murdered! And not surprisingly the 79 year old is planning a new book and documentary about Elvis' final days. Back in 1987, de Barbin wrote a book with a National Enquirer reporter called, Are You Lonesome Tonight? In which she claimed to have had a 24 year love affair with Elvis. And that her daughter Desiree was Elvis' child. The Enquirer describes de Barbin as currently a belligerent and elderly woman who must get police to break up numerous domestic squabbles with her daughter Desiree. Living as a recluse in Dallas. In the 1987 book, “Are You Lonesome Tonight?” Lucy claims that just days before his sudden death, Elvis told her, “I want you to be my wife. Will you do that?” Lucy claimed that mere days before Elvis' death on Aug. 16, 1977 at the age of 42, she was planning to leave her husband so she could finally be with Elvis and introduce him to th
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Happy Birthday Dolly! She turned 70 on January 19, 2016! Here is Dolly and Willie Nelson singing Happy Birthday Baby! Jan. 19, 1946 -- Dolly Parton is born in Sevier County. 1956 -- Parton performs on "The Cas Walker Show" on WIVK Radio and WBIR-TV 1959 -- Dolly performs for the first time at the Grand Ole Opry alongside her uncle Bill Owens. May 30, 1966 -- Dolly Parton and Carl Thomas Dean were married in Georgia. 1967 --Dolly offered a regular spot on "The Porter Wagoner Show." 1974 -- "I Will Always Love You" goes No. 1 on country chart. February 1974 -- "Jolene" tops country chart. Oct. 13, 1975 -- Dolly Parton is named the CMA female vocalist of the year. 1976-1977 -- Parton has syndicated television variety show "Dolly!" Jan. 19, 1977 -- Dolly Parton appears on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" for the first time. Feb. 15, 1979 -- Dolly Parton wins first Grammy Award. Parton won for
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Hank Williams Jr. discusses his latest album, "It's About Time,"and its inspiration with co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Michelle Collins. He also talks about following in the footsteps of his famous father Hank Williams and how his children are also getting involved in the music business. Watch "The View" WEEKDAYS at 11e|10c|p.