Elvis Presley And Ann Margret’s Chemistry Is Off The Charts In Deleted Scene From ‘Viva Las Vegas’


While you may have seen the film Viva Las Vegas many times, we can bet that you haven’t seen this scene before. The Elvis Presley and Ann Margret helmed movie quickly became a classic among fans and was a total hit at the box office, becoming the 14th top-grossing movie the year it was released.

It is highly regarded as Presley’s best film and was a hit among fans because of the undeniable chemistry Margret and Presley had on-screen. In fact, there were rumors of a fling between the two actors because of it.

While a version of “Today, Tomorrow, and Forever” appears in the movie-musical, this particular version was not included in the film. We see Presley’s character, Lucky, sit down at the piano to sing a romantic ballad about Margret’s character as she walks in the room. Throughout the song, a montage of their characters falling in love overlaps Presley’s performance.

There’s no wonder why people were infatuated with these two actors being together – their chemistry is off the charts! Margret harmonizes with him at the end of the song, making this scene different than the one in the movie. This song is a solo in the movie and on the soundtrack, but is included as a duet on Presley’s Today, Tomorrow, and Forever four-disc compilation album, which was released in 2002.

Watch the incredible deleted scene below.

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