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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - JULY 28: Elvis Presley impersonator and chapel co-owner Brendan Paul performs a live wedding vow renewal ceremony using the Zoom videoconferencing software for a couple from Texas celebrating their 50th anniversary amid the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) at Graceland Wedding Chapel on July 28, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The chapel, which originated Elvis-themed weddings in 1977, is currently open for in-person weddings with groups of up to 20 people in the same party. It is now offering the world's first virtual Elvis-themed vow renewal and commitment ceremonies for people all over the world who are unable to travel to Las Vegas or otherwise appear in person because of the pandemic. Couples can invite up to 100 guests to watch their ceremony live via Zoom. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

The big story in Las Vegas is that you will not be able to have an “Elvis” impersonator preside over your wedding! According to news sources, the Elvis Estate is putting a kabosh on a Las Vegas novelty that’s been happening for years and some people are not very happy with the decision!

The Mike & Carla Morning Show opened up the phones to take calls on the topic and found that it was not so much locals, but friends of those that visit Las Vegas to get married…checkout the segment from this morning!