Elvis is not only alive - he's moving to Swansea Bay.
The Neath-Swansea region has signed Samoan international Elvis Seveali'i from Bath on a two-year contract.
The 25-year-old winger impressed Bath with his pace and acceleration and links up with Wales internation Shane Williams at the new region. He has scored nine tries in 12 Tests for Samoa.
Regional coach Lyn Jones said: "Elvis is a very exciting player who, along with Jonny Vaughton, Shane Williams and Gareth Morris will give us flexibility and pace to enable us to compete in the biggest of competitions.
"He was the Bath supporters' player of the year and will be a player our supporters will warm to, as he is a prolific try scorer who can create something out of nothing."
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