Olivia Newton-John died after 30 years of fighting breast cancer…
British singer and actor Olivia Newton-John died fighting breast cancer. She was 73 years old.
On the 8th (local time), Olivia Newton-John’s Instagram and
Facebook SNS channels posted an article in the name of her husband John Easterling saying,
“Olivia Newton-John died peacefully on a ranch in Southern California this morning.”
“Olivia NewtonJohn has been a symbol of victory and hope with breast cancer for more than 30 years,” he said in honor of the deceased.
Born in 1948, Olivia NewtonJohn made her debut as a singer in 1963 with hits such as “Let Me Be There”, “If You Love Me”, and “Let Me Know”.
In the 1978 musical film “Greece,” he played Sandy Olson and gained worldwide popularity.
Olivia NewtonJohn established the Olivia NewtonJohn Foundation,
named after her after being diagnosed with breast cancer, and raised millions of dollars in research funds to help research organizations.
In recognition of this,
she became a recipient of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in 2020 and received the title “Dame”.