By Cameron Adams
Elvis Presley has been set up with an unlikely duet partner - Jessica Mauboy.
Mauboy's voice has been digitally inserted in Presley’s classic song
Love Me Tender in a duet for the Australian edition of the King’s latest posthumous
Viva Elvis.

The album, out November 5, features "re-imagined" versions of Presley’s hits inspired by the Cirque du Soleil show of the same name.

Mauboy, who was born 12 years after Presley died, jumped at doing the beyond-the-grave duet.

“I grew up watching old Elvis movies with my sisters so it’s crazy to think I’ve actually done a duet with him now,” Mauboy said. "His songs and voice are so
amazing. I feel honoured to be part of the project."

The album, billed as a "21st century celebration of Elvis and his music," arrives in what would have been Presley’s 75th birthday year.

Other songs reworked on the album include
Blue Suede Shoes, Heartbreak Hotel, Burning Love and Can’t Help Falling in Love.

Pearl Jam producer Brendan O’Brien has given the first single
Suspicious Minds a modern rock edge, while other songs have been updated with touches
of everything from punk to hip hop.

You will be able to hear
'Love Me Tender 2010' with Elvis & Jessica Mauboy and other songs from 'Viva Elvis - The Album' on this Friday's 'Elvis Request
Show' right here on Elvis Express Radio
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