Singer Olivia Newton-John, who soared to the highest of the world’s pop music charts within the Nineteen Seventies and Nineteen Eighties with such tunes as “I Truthfully Love You” and “Bodily” and starred within the hit film musical “Grease,” died on Monday at age 73 at her residence in Southern California.
The loss of life of the British-born, Australian-raised performer was introduced on her Instagram account, saying she “handed away peacefully” at her ranch residence “surrounded by household and mates.”
she cemented her acclaim by co-starring with John Travolta in “Grease,” the 1978 movie that might turn into probably the most standard musicals in Hollywood historical past.
Within the movie, set within the Nineteen Fifties, Newton-John’s prim character, Sandy, has a summer time fling with Danny, the “greaser” portrayed by Travolta, however the relationship falls aside over cultural variations. Ultimately they reconcile as their roles reverse, with Danny cleansing up his act, and Sandy making a putting look in a good, black leather-based outfit.
Travolta, 68, addressed a tribute to his co-star on Instagram, saying her “influence was unimaginable.”
“My dearest Olivia, you made all of our lives so significantly better,” the actor wrote. “I really like you a lot. We are going to see you down the street and we are going to all be collectively once more. Yours from the primary second I noticed you and endlessly! your Danny, your John!”
TV presenter Piers Morgan shared Travolta’s heartfelt tribute to his Twitter account with a crying face emoji.