Singer Lisa Marie Presley aka the "Princess of Rock and Roll," met up with "Extra" host Renee Bargh to talk about her plans to move to England, her first album in five years, "Storm Grace," and her journey in raising 3-year-old twins.
"Storm and Grace" is in stores now.
For the second year in a row, Michael Jackson tops Forbes annual list of the "Top-Earning Dead Celebrities," with $170 million, enough to make him the second highest-earning pop act over the past year, dead or alive, after U2.
Cirque du Soleil has been a big factor in adding to the big bucks bottom line for dead pop stars. The Cirque show "Viva Elvis" helped Elvis Presley rank second on the list with $55 million, as did "The Beatles Love," which launched John Lennon to fifth place with $12 million.
Here are the top 10 dead celebs, who earned millions between October 2010 and October 2011.
"Extra" is in Memphis at Graceland to celebrate what would have been Elvis Presley's 75th birthday.
"Elvis was actually quite shy about throwing birthday parties," Priscilla Presley tells "Extra."
It's believed Michael Jackson could make more money in death than he did alive!
In the past week alone, Jackson's estate raked in more than $15 million in record sales as MJ's recordings topped the charts following his unexpected death. Jackson's total lifetime earnings from royalties, solo recordings and music videos, revenue from concerts and endorsements have been estimated at $500 million plus.
The King of Pop could surpass The King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley -- who earned $52 million in 2008 and topped Forbes' list of Top-Earning Dead Celebrities.
Comparisons are being drawn between the deaths of Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley, who died at 42. How similar are these superstar tragedies? Emergency medicine specialist Dr. Armand Dorian and addiction guru Dr. David Sack discuss the reality of prescription drug addiction -- and the deadly consequences.
Look out tabloid magnets -- Dr. Drew Pinsky is in, and he's telling "Extra" the harsh truth about some of Hollywood's young and famous.
In his book "The Mirror Effect: How Celebrity Narcissism is Seducing America," Pinsky sounds off on Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears and Nicole Richie -- and reveals his take on their addictive pasts.
"I think Lindsay is one of my peeps -- she's a straight-up addict," Dr. Drew declares. "I've been saying for awhile she's going to have a major blowout. Major torch-out before she becomes motivated to capitulate to treatment."
Drew also discussed Britney's troubled past, which includes two hospitalizations. "Britney had severe mental illness," Pinksy said. "I thought she was going to die. Britney is only alive because of the actions of her parents."
According to Dr. Pinsky, former wild child Nicole Richie's salvation from addiction was becoming a parent to baby Harlow. "In my opinion, motherhood has a very positive impact on addiction," Pinsky said. "Nicole is actually somewhat of an inspirational story."
When asked why Elvis Presley was so self-destructive, Drew responded, "Elvis was a straight-up drug addict and no one know how to deal with that problem at that time."