AN Elvis fan scooped £1million on the Lottery and plans a pilgrimage to his Graceland home.
Vera Webber, 69, whose house is crammed with memorabilia, says she will now buy even more.
But first the mum of three will take her family, including six grandchildren, to Florida.
She won the EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle on New Year’s Eve.
A STAR Wars-style gadget which lets callers see a 3D hologram of the person they are talking to is set to become a reality.
The device will make live images appear to float in mid-air, just like in the sci-fi blockbuster.
It works by using two lenses to capture 3D footage of a user, then project this on to a screen of water vapour at the other end.
QPR FanZoner Chris King looks back on a much-needed win for his team as they came from behind to beat Doncaster on New Year’s Day.
Queens Park Rangers scored their first goal in four matches, and left it late to secure the Rs’ only victory in the same number of games, against Rovers.
But rather than the dominant, professional displays to which Rangers supporters became accustomed during the first few months of the season, this was scrappy and downright lucky.
THE floaty white dress worn by Marilyn Monroe in 1955’s The Seven Year Itch has been voted the most iconic screen outfit.
The halterneck frock pipped Dorothy’s gingham dress and ruby slippers from 1939’s The Wizard Of Oz.
Olivia Newton-John’s famous black leather trousers and red mule shoes from 1978 classic Grease came third in the British Heart Foundation poll.
BHF commissioned the study to mark the start of its Ramp up the Red campaign.
A NEVER-before-seen book containing the final drug-fuelled ramblings of The Doors icon Jim Morrison has sold for £125,000.
The notes and poems were written before the singer was mysteriously found dead in a bath in Paris in 1971, aged 27.
One reads: “Films are collections of dead pictures given artificial insemination.”
Another says: “There’s a guerrilla war going on for the mind of man.”
The last entry reads: “Art is a compromise, a vast midland, it attempts to rejoin subject and object.”