Lisa Marie Presley's memorial service was held at Graceland over the weekend.
A star-studded audience were in attendance at the iconic Memphis, Tennessee property where the only child of Elvis and Priscilla Presley was laid to rest following her death at the age of 54 earlier this month.
Alongside her family, names including 'Elvis' director Baz Luhrmann and its star Austin Butler came to pay their respects, as well as Sarah 'Fergie' Ferguson, former Duchess of York, who said that she and Presley called each other 'sissie' (sister).
The service was streamed online and also included her mother Priscilla reading a poem written by her granddaughter, actress Riley Keough.
Alanis Morissette performed her song 'Rest', Axl Rose performed the Guns 'N' Roses song 'November Rain', while Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan played 'To Sheila'.
Before he sang, Rose said "I never in a million years imagined being here, singing under these circumstances. I do know Lisa loved her family very much and was fiercely protective of her father and his legacy."
Watch Corgan's (17-minute mark), Morissette's (24-minute mark) and Rose's (44-minute mark) performances below: