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Born in England in 1948, Olivia Newton-John performed in clubs and on television in England in the '60s, and went on to record Grammy Award-winning hits including "I Honestly Love You" and "Let's Get Physical." She became an international star after playing Sandy in the 1978 film adaptation of co-starring John Travolta.
In 1992, Newton-John was diagnosed with breast cancer, eventually went into remission and then suffered a relapse in 2017.
She battled the disease using chemotherapy and getting a partial mastectomy. As a cancer survivor, she donated a portion of the proceeds to cancer research, and she recorded songs she thought would provide hope and courage to cancer patients and their families.
It includes the track "Can I Trust Your Arms," which she co-wrote with her daughter Chloe.
Newton-John spent much of the fall of 2006 on tour to support her new album.
In her personal life, Newton-John suffered another hardship in June 2005.
Audiences fell for the fun, catchy music, engaging storyline, and appealing performances.
Fourteen-year-old Olivia Newton-John was not impressed. The vocal coach her mother had booked lessons with was the best in their city, but he was trying to mould her into an opera singer when her passion was pop.But it was clear early on that her aptitude was for singing, not science – at 15 months old, she could recognise musical notes and imitate them; by two, she was pitch perfect.By the time she was a teenager, Newton-John was obsessed with pop music and sang all the time at home. ‘If they asked me at school to get up and sing, I was always too shy,’ she said.The song "Let Me Be There" from that album won her the Grammy Award for best country female vocal performance—her first. She scored hits on the country and pop charts with "Have You Never Been Mellow" and "I Honestly Love You," which won the 1974 Grammy Award for record of the year. Set in the 1950s, the film told the story of two teenagers in love from two different social worlds.Newton-John portrayed the virtuous cheerleader Sandy opposite John Travolta in the role of Danny, a rough-around-the-edges, but tender greaser.