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Olivia Newton-John (1948-), British-Australian singer and actress. Newton-John is a four-time Grammy award winner and she starred with John Travolta in the movie musical and pop phenomenon Grease in 1978. Grease is the highest grossing movie musical of all time and the soundtrack spent 12 weeks at number one. That year Newton-John won the People’s Choice award for Favorite Motion Picture Actress, and she was nominated for a Golden Globe. Newton-John continued to sing and act, and in 1981 she released her most successful studio album, Physical, which went double platinum.

Newton-John found out she had breast cancer in 1992, at the age of 44. She said, "I went for a check up because I found a lump. The mammogram was negative and the needle biopsy also came back OK. But I wasn't f...View full story
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