OLIVIA NEWTON JOHN

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“She had appearances in a number of other high-profile films, such as the musical fantasy "Xanadu," which starred the late Gene Kelly. The movie flopped, but its soundtrack did well and gave rise to the No. 1 single "Magic." She reunited with Travolta in 1983 for the romantic comedy-fantasy "Two of a Kind," but the two's "Grease" chemistry was lost in the film. Over the course of a long career, Newton-John sold more than 100 million albums and received four Grammy Awards.”

"I love to sing, it's all I know how to do," she told CNN in 2017. "That's all I've ever done since I was 15, so it's my life. I feel very grateful that I can still do it and people still come to see me." 

She rose to a new level of fame because to her co-starring role with John Travolta in "Grease," possibly the most well-known musical film of all time, in 1978. 

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Newton-John played Sandy Olson, a virtuous girl in the 1978 musical film Grease, who falls in love with a bad boy, played by John Travolta, who had previously played the part on Broadway. He worked hard to get Newton-John to star with him in his first picture.

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American Music Awards  – 1974 – Favorite Album – Country: Let Me Be There – 1974 – Favorite Female Artist – Country – 1974 – Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock – 1974 – Favorite Single – Pop/Rock: "I Honestly Love You" – 1975 – Favorite Album – Pop/Rock: Have You Never Been Mellow – 1975 – Favorite Female Artist – Country – 1975 – Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock – 1976 – Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock – 1978 – Favorite Album – Pop/Rock: "Grease" – 1982 – Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock

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According to a statement from her husband, Australian singer Olivia Newton-John passed away on Monday. Her innocent beauty and breathy voice made her one of the biggest music singers of the 1970s and she delighted generations of fans in the hit movie "Grease." She was 73.

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