Inside Lisa Marie Presley's 'Impactful and Beautiful' Memorial: Everything Fans Didn't See

The world got to watch Lisa Marie Presley's emotional memorial unfold live as it was streamed from her late father Elvis' beloved Graceland estate in Memphis,

Tennessee, on Sunday, but there were some special moments that just couldn't be caught on camera.  An hour before the memorial honoring the singer — who died at 54 on Jan.

12 — started at 9 a.m., fans were already lined up on the lawn along the driveway of the estate, hoping to pay their respects. Staff anticipated a crowd of 5,000 to come.

Elvis star Austin Butler and his girlfriend Kaia Gerber were among the first of invited friends and family to arrive. Butler seemed to have a moment when Elvis' "Amazing Grace"

played over the speakers of the estate, as he could be seen putting his head back and staring at the roof of the tent. When Elvis director Baz Luhrmann arrived with his

wife Catherine Martin, they hugged Butler and Gerber and took a seat behind them.  In addition to Butler, Gerber, Luhrmann and Martin, friends including Jerry Schilling

(who had just accompanied Lisa Marie and her mom Priscilla at the Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 10), Sarah Ferguson, The Smashing Pumpkins' Billy Corgan, Alanis Morissette, Axl

Rose, Evan Ross and author David Kessler attended the service. RELATED: Axl Rose, Alanis Morissette and More Deliver Emotional Performances at Lisa Marie Presley's

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