Line Of Duty’s Adrian Dunbar surprises the venue with a performance of an Elvis Presley classic… ahead of the emotional memorial service for Lisa Marie
Adrian Dunbar took the stage on Friday night to surprise the crowd at the QT Jazz Bar Hotel in Covent Garden with an Elvis Presley classic.
The Line of Duty star, 64, performed a rendition of That’s All Right accompanied by a live band and backing singers.
Dressed in a white shirt and dark blazer, Adrian – who plays DSI Ted Hastings in the hit BBC drama – was greeted by thunderous applause and cheers.
Unbelievable: Adrian Dunbar took the stage on Friday night to surprise the crowd at the QT Jazz Bar Hotel in Covent Garden with an Elvis Presley classic
His performance took place the same weekend as Lisa Marie Presley’s emotional Sunday morning memorial service.
Lisa Marie went into cardiac arrest at her home in Calabasas and died on January 12 at a Los Angeles hospital at the age of 54.
Priscilla Presley led her family in honor of her late daughter, sharing a poem by one of Lisa Marie’s 14-year-old daughters, in which she called her mother “an icon, a role model and a superhero.”
The poem read, “She always knew she wouldn’t be here too long…some say a broken heart killed her,” and referenced the untimely death of her son Benjamin by suicide in July 2020.
Wow! The Line of Duty star, 64, performed a rendition of That’s All Right accompanied by a live band and backing singers
Priscilla then added: “Our hearts are broken. Lisa, we all love you.’
Lisa Marie’s daughter, actress Riley Keough, wasn’t able to get up on stage and deliver her eulogy herself, so she had her husband, Ben Smith-Petersen, read for her.
In the eulogy, Riley shared that she’s “certain that she chose the best mom in the world,” before describing some of the memories she has of Lisa Marie.
“I remember you driving me in my car seat and playing Aretha Franklin,” she shared in the eulogy. “I remember the feeling I had when you picked me up from school.”
“Thank you for showing me that love is the only thing that matters in this world,” she concluded, noting that she and her late brother and half-sisters are “products of your heart.”
“We are you, you are us,” Riley wrote. “Thank you for caring so much about all of us.”
Tragic: His performance took place on the same weekend as Lisa Marie Presley’s emotional memorial service on Sunday morning