Olivia Newton-John died on August 8 at the age of 73 at her ranch in Southern California. Her co-star John Travolta shared his sorrow on social media, saying she improved everyone’s life and had a huge influence. Following the death of the Australian singer and one of the 1970s’ greatest pop artists, Newton-husband, John’s John Easterling, went to the singer’s verified Instagram account and wrote:
“Olivia has been a symbol of victory and hope for over 30 years, sharing her breast cancer struggle.”
In 1992, the singer and actress were diagnosed with breast cancer. Her cancer reappeared in 2017, having spread to her lower back. Her cancer had spread to her bones and was in its fourth stage. She was in a lot of discomforts due to the metastatic bone lesions, so she utilized cannabis oil to help with the agony. Details about her funeral will be announced shortly.
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Olivia Newton-John’s net worth
The composer came to stardom in the music business before co-starring in Grease with John Travolta in 1978. She rose to prominence as a result of her songs reaching the top of the Billboard charts. If Not for You, Have You Never Been Mellow, A Little More Love, Hopelessly Devoted to You, and more songs are on the list. The actress’ net worth was estimated to be $60 million by CelebrityNetWorth. Her primary source of income was her job in the entertainment sector as a singer, actress, composer, and film producer.
Olivia sold a lovely beachside home to millionaire Don Hankey in 2005 for an undisclosed sum. Today, the mansion is believed to be worth approximately $80 million. In 2015, she paid $4.69 million for a 12-acre horse property in Santa Inez, California. In 2019, she offered it for $5.4 million with her Australian rural home for $5.5 million. She bought the Australian home in the 1980s and now owns many houses in Florida.
Aside from her successful songs, Olivia Newton-John was best known for her role in the 1978 musical romantic comedy picture Grease. The film made $366.2 million at the box office, and the soundtrack was the year’s second-best-selling record.
All About Olivia Newton-John
At the age of 14, the four-time Grammy winner started the band Sol Four with her friends. She won a trip to the United Kingdom as the winner of a talent contest on Sing, Sing, Sing. In 1965, she made her cinematic debut with Funny Things Happen Down Under, and in 1966, she released her first song, Till You Say You’ll Be Mine. She later created the duet, Pat and Olivia, with Pat Carroll before going solo and joining the band Toomorrow.
If Not For You, her first album was released in November 1971, and it was followed by a string of successful singles and albums. She has acted in films such as The Wilde Girls and A Few Best Men, among others. She has been a guest judge on a number of television series, including Dancing with the Stars and RuPaul’s Drag Race.