She said that there are currently no concrete plans for a hologram, despite all the talk, and that anything in the future "would have to be very, very tasteful".
"If we want to do it, we've got the rights to do it, is basically all that's happened," she told the magazine. "There's been nothing set, no prototypes. There's nothing in the works at the moment."
Referring to the virtual Elvis tour that has been around for a few years, in which the legend plays onscreen while his band performs live, she said, "We've done that for so many years that the next level of that would, I guess, be – in a never-ending, growing technical world – a hologram. It just would have to be very, very tasteful."
The hologram company, Digital Domain Media Group, previously confirmed that it would be responsible for bringing Elvis back to life.