Lisa Curry and Elvis impersonator Mark Andrew Tabone in Sydney
Lisa Curry and Elvis impersonator Mark Andrew Tabone in Sydney

"Love me tender” Lisa Curry's new love interest

LISA Curry is watching the Rio Olympics from Sydney with the new love in her life, Elvis impersonator Mark Andrew Tabone.

And the 53-year-old has been looking for places she can take Mark to celebrate his 50th birthday on Tuesday, August 9.

 

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\"Happy Birthday Mark xxx\", writes Lisa Curry's

But her former toy boy lover, Joel Walkenhorst, 20 years her junior, hasn't wasted any time getting over Lisa.

The man Lisa dated for more than five years and tried to conceive a baby with using IVF has already become engaged.

 

Joel Walkenhorst with his new fiance
Joel Walkenhorst with his new fiance

Joel posted on June 16 he had become engaged to Russian beauty, Ekaterina Oleynik.

This relationship was blossoming as early as March when Joel revealed he had discovered "the number one lady in my life".

Lisa, in a sign the relationship was still on good terms, wrote that she was "happy for you".

While Lisa has been rumoured to have been dating Mark since December, the two have become more open about their love for each other in recent weeks.

She even sparked rumours they had wed in a private ceremony at Niagara Falls.

Between busily highlighting the Rio Olympics, the three times Olympian has been promoting Mark's "Elvis Leaves His Mark Legends Showcase" planned for the Buderim Tavern on August 26.

The event is already sold out.

Lisa's ex-husband, Ironman Legend Grant Kenny was also spotted in Fiji with Fifi Box and the couple's three-year-old daughter, Trixie.

 

Fifi Box posts a picture of Grant Kenny and Trixie in Fiji in July
Fifi Box posts a picture of Grant Kenny and Trixie in Fiji in July

Fifi only offically confirmed Grant was Trixie's dad in a social media post in April.

 

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\"Bouncing castle daddy cuddles\" Fifi Box's post of Grant and their daughter

The Melbourne-born Mark spent most of his childhood in Europe and started performing at eight-year-old.

In 1992, he formed a Rock'n Roll band, Blue Suede Dudes, but it has been impersonating Elvis that has seen Mark soar to fame.

He has been invited six time to headline the The Parkes Elvis festival and has toured Canada and America performing his show.