Grease star’s fortune explored as she died aged 73

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At the age of 73, Olivia Newton-John died on August 8 at her ranch in Southern California. John Travolta, who played her co-star, posted a sorrowful message on social media, saying it made everyone’s lives better and had a huge impact. Newton’s husband, Johns John Easterling, took to the singer’s verified Instagram account to post about her death after her death. Newton-John was an Australian singer and one of the biggest pop sensations of the 1970s.

“Olivia has shared her journey with breast cancer for more than 30 years and serves as a symbol of victories and hope.”

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In 1992, the singer and actress was diagnosed with breast cancer. In 2017 her cancer came back and spread to her lower back.

Later her cancer had reached stage four and spread to her bones. She used cannabis oil to ease the agony she was experiencing as a result of the metastatic bone lesions.

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The details of her funeral will be released shortly.

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Olivia Newton-John

Olivia Newton-John Net Worth Inspected

Before appearing alongside John Travolta in Grease in 1978, the songwriter made his mark in the music business. Her tracks, which topped the Billboard charts, helped her gain popularity. A Little More Love, If Not for You, Have You Never Been Mellow, Hopeless Devoted to You and other songs are on the list.

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The actress’ net worth was estimated by CelebrityNetWorth to be around $60 million. Her main source of income was her work as a singer, actress, songwriter and film producer in the entertainment sector.

In 2005, Olivia sold a stunning beach house to billionaire Don Hankey for an undisclosed sum. The mansion is currently said to be worth around $80 million.

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Then, in 2015, she paid $4.69 million for a 12-acre equestrian property in Santa Inez, California. In 2019, she put it up for sale with her Australian country home for $5.5 million and $5.4 million. She bought the Australian property in the 1980’s and also owns a number of Florida properties.

Aside from her popular songs, Olivia Newton-John was also known for her role in the 1978 musical romantic comedy Grease. The film’s soundtrack, which was also the second best-selling album of the year, helped the film gross $366.2 million at the box office.

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In short, about Olivia Newton-John

At 14, the four-time Grammy winner formed the band Sol Four with her classmates. She won a talent contest at Sing, Sing, Sing and was rewarded with a trip to the UK.

Their first song Till You Say You’ll Be Mine was released in 1966. She made her film debut in 1965 with Funny Things Happen Down Under. She next worked with Pat Carroll to form the duo Pat and Olivia, after which she joined the band Toomorrow to pursue a solo career.

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If Not For You, their debut album, was released in November 1971 and a string of hit singles and albums followed. She has appeared in a number of films including The Wilde Girls and A Few Best Men. She has served as a special guest judge on a number of television programs including RuPaul’s Drag Race and Dancing with the Stars.

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