Olivia Newton-John fought a long and hard-fought fight against cancer, and the news of her untimely death has sent shockwaves through Australia. According to reports, the woman, who was 73 years old, passed away quietly at her ranch in Southern California in the early hours of this morning (Australian time).
The actor best known for his role in Grease received his initial cancer diagnosis in 1992, and he received subsequent diagnoses in 2013 and 2017. She went into detail about her fight in 2020, telling The Guardian that she was concentrating on her abilities.
“I was fragile. I used a walker, a cane, and crutches, but I can go on my own now.” She also divulged the mantra that she would chant to herself while she was engaged in the conflict. She proclaimed, “I’m healthy, and I’m strong,” and said, “I think it’s extremely essential to retain that good message in your head.” You should realize that music is always a fantastic healer if you are in the wrong moment.
During the month of October that same year, which was designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Olivia established the ONJ foundation with the intention of lobbying for “kinder” therapies for cancer. The actress recounted her personal breast cancer survivors’ experience in a film that was used to introduce the organization.
In the video, she detailed the moments when she was initially diagnosed with the disease. Olivia stated, “I realized immediately that there was something wrong.” “I had a mammogram. Both the mammography and the needle biopsy that I had done came back negative for any abnormalities. It’s not my intention to frighten ladies, but you really should go with what your gut tells you.
Olivia’s death was first reported on social media by her husband, John Easterling, who called her “a symbol of achievements and hope.” Since then, many other famous people have also expressed their respects to the actress and paid tribute to her life and career.
Chloe Lattanzi, who is now 34 years old, is another member of the family that Olivia leaves behind.
Dame According to the statement, Olivia Newton-John, who was 73 years old, “went away peacefully at her Ranch in Southern California this morning, surrounded by family and friends.”
During this extremely trying time, we would ask that everyone be respectful of the family’s need for privacy. Since she began discussing her experience with breast cancer more than 30 years ago, Olivia has become a symbol of victory and optimism.