Kate Moss wowed Fashion Week-goers when she wore a denim shirt covered in Elvis Presley motifs in Paris last month, but it turns out there might have been more to this outfit choice than simply declaring her love for the music legend.
The supermodel and Presley fan girl will appear in a promotional video for the late singer's new album The Wonder of You, The Sun reports.
The album, which was released in October, is a compilation of Presley's hits featuring the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and according to the newspaper, the video will be revealed in early December just in time for Christmas.
Moss reportedly filmed scenes for the video at London's iconic Abbey Road Studios and the invitation to play the leading role was apparently a dream come true for the model.
"Kate is a huge Elvis fan and the opportunity was simply too good to turn down," a source told the newspaper.
"She was joined at Abbey Road by a choreographer, stylist and personal hairdresser so her look is going to be special. Representing Elvis in an official video is something only dreams are made of for Kate."
With appearances in videos for George Michael's comeback hit White Light in 2012 and and a starring role in The White Stripes cover of I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself in 2009, it's safe to say Moss is a pro at representing rock stars on screen.
Yet something tells us that Moss channelling The King is going to be her most memorable music video appearance yet. After all, who else could pull off a dazzling white jumpsuit and the most iconic hairstyle in pop history?