Lisa Marie Presley Rushed to Hospital After Suffering Medical Emergency

The 54-year-old attended the Golden Globes on Tuesday night.

Lisa Marie Presley has reportedly suffered a medical emergency.

TMZ reports that she went into “full” cardiac arrest.

She was reportedly rushed to a hospital after EMTs responded to a call coming from her home. Someone is said to have administered epinephrine at the scene, with the outlet noting it was done to “help Presley regain a pulse.”

The outlet cites sources directly connected to the American singer/songwriter, noting that paramedics performed CPR before rushing her to the hospital.

The 54-year-old's condition remains unclear at this time.

The daughter of Priscilla and Elvis Presley just attended the Golden Globe Awards on Tuesday night in Beverly Hills in support of Austin Butler, who won in the Best Actor category for his portrayal of her father and the King of Rock n' Roll in the eponymous biopic Elvis.

A rep for Lisa Marie had no comment, per PageSix.

Lisa Marie is a mom to four kids—actress Riley Keough and Benjamin, who she shares with ex-husband Danny Keough, and twin daughters Harper and Finley with ex, Michael Lockwood. Benjamin died by suicide in 2020 at the age of 27.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.