Klush thanks to his impressive physical and vocal resemblance won the crowd in the concert hall in downtown Memphis during Elvis Week apoteósica call with a version of "Viva Las Vegas" and then secured the title with his rendition of "You Gave Me a Mountain."
Dressed in the famous white suit that Elvis used in the seventies, which was designed by the designer Bellew Hill, Klush was consecrated as the best tribute artist in history, achieving a millionaire to be represented by the company CKX firm that manages the multimillionaire businessman Robert Sillerman, founder of American Idol and now own the rights to Elvis Presley Enterprises. Participants were judged by a committee that assessed their performance, appearance and respect for Elvis. Among the judges was Joe Moscheo, a personal friend and singer who performed regularly with Presley in Las Vegas, James Burton and Priscilla Presley among others. Klush's victory earned him the unique and valuable support of the company that manages the assets of Elvis. Reflecting the continuing attraction International Elvis three decades after his death, Klush was chosen among more than 10,000 international runners.