Elvis actor is the new Burger king

He’s been spotted in supermarkets, at train stations and in the streets by adoring fans – but now Elvis Presley is throwing his weight behind the latest gimmicky campaign for fast-food chain Burger King.

Anyone who sees a silver Cadillac swinging around London could also witness the very same Hunk of Burning Meat serving BK customers, singing about how lovely and tender the burgers are.

The Diary just hopes that The King’s impersonator manages to keep his mind on the job and hands off the Whoppers – or, like Elvis, he may find himself addicted to burgers and piling on the pounds.

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