11:24 AM EDT 01/14/2015
Originally posted 01/05/2015 07:25PM
When they sang "Chang chang changitty chang shoo-bop, we'll always be together" they meant it.
Originally posted 04/30/2014 05:00PM
Grease must be the way we are feeling, because the musical is making a comeback.
Originally posted 02/04/2014 11:40AM
Grease star Olivia Newton-John is headed to Las Vegas.
Originally posted 12/04/2013 12:00AM
As any Hallmark card can tell you, the holidays are about bringing people together. For some of us, that means reuniting with grown-up children, or welcoming long-lost cousins into our homes. But for musicians, it means something else: seasonal duets, often performed with the oddest of partners.
From reality-show novelty songs to stocking-stuffer EPs, Christmas isn't Christmas until two people who have no business being in the same room have crowded in front of the mic to sing a holiday classic. Why do they do this? You should just as soon ask Black Friday shoppers why they camp out for hours in front of big-box stores. Holiday magic is a compelling thing.
Originally posted 05/30/2013 09:25AM
Olivia Newton-John's beloved older sister, Rona Newton-John, has died after a battle with brain cancer.
"My beautiful sister Rona sadly passed on May 24th in Los Angeles. It was May 25th in Australia – which was our mother Irene's birthday," Olivia, 64, wrote on Facebook.
She adds: "Rona died of a very aggressive brain tumor and mercifully suffered no pain. She was surrounded by the love of her four children – Fiona, Brett, Tottie and Emerson, and her wonderful friends. I will miss her forever – my beautiful, smart, talented, funny, brave sister Rona."
Originally posted 04/23/2013 01:45PM
Olivia Newton-John, who successfully battled breast cancer in the '90s, has revealed the painful news that her older sister Rona Newton-John has now been diagnosed with brain cancer.
"As a cancer 'thriver' myself, as many people are, I am very aware of the importance of love, support and family during this journey she is about to begin," the singer-actress, 64, tells Entertainment Tonight. "I want to thank everyone in advance for respecting our privacy during this difficult time."
Originally posted 12/05/2012 03:00PM
To many, John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John will always be high school loves Danny Zuko and Sandy Olsen from the 1978 hit Grease. Now, the two have reunited for a holiday album – and a Grease-themed video.
In the video for "I Think You Might Like It," Travolta flies a plane home while Newton-John drives a classic convertible full of gifts. The pair reunite in a field to perform some dance moves reminiscent of their Grease finale, "You're the One That I Want."
Originally posted 01/27/2009 02:45PM
Olivia Newton-John's onetime boyfriend, who disappeared in 2005 and was presumed to have drowned at sea, may be alive after having faked his own vanishing act, according to a private investigator hired by Dateline NBC.
Former cameraman Patrick McDermott apparently slipped out of sight to escape debts and let his son cash in a $100,000 life-insurance policy, believes investigator Philip Klein.
Though devastated at the time, Newton-John did move on after McDermott was presumed to be permanently gone. In summer 2008 she married natural-health businessman John Easterling.
But, Klein told the NBC news program, the singer regularly logs onto the PI's Web site for updates on McDermott, who has been sighted nearly 20 times along the Mexican and South American coastline.
– Stephen M. Silverman
Originally posted 08/25/2008 01:35PM
Olivia Newton-John, a breast-cancer survivor who feels "an instant rapport" with others who have the disease, says she is thinking of Christina Applegate and planning to connect with the Samantha Who? star during her time of recovery.
"I haven't met her yet, but I've always liked her and admired her as an actress and would like to just say 'Hey,' so I will," Newton-John told PEOPLE at Project Angel Food's Angel Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Breast-cancer survivors form a kind of sisterhood, says Newton-John, 59, who was diagnosed with the disease in 1992. Asked how her battle and recovery have helped her connect with strangers who have the disease, she replied, "We're not strangers, and particularly if you've been through something like this. I feel connected.
"You understand where they've been. There's that compassion, that connection with someone. So, I feel very lucky that I'm here. I feel lucky that I can pass on the message that I am here."
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