Olivia Newton-John Dead at 73

Olivia Newton-John Dead at 73

Olivia Newton-John has died. She was 73. The iconic performer’s family confirmed her death via her Instagram account, revealing she died at home in Southern California on Monday. Olivia is known best for her role as Sandy in the classic film ‘Grease,’ as well as her musical endeavors, including hits like ‘Physical’ and ‘I Honestly Love You.’

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31 Responses

  1. Red Rebel says:

    My mom was heartbroken with this. What an incredible woman, a warrior, and an inspiration with the most angelic voice 🤍 RIP Ms. Olivia Newton-John

  2. Avigail O'Michael says:

    She has eyes like Princess Diana and a most beautiful and captivating smile, even into her old age! She aged gracefully in the face of many challenges. Such a powerful effortless voice! Rest in painless peace, Olivia Newton-John 🕊️💙

    • Janet Skelton says:

      I was thinking the same thing! Such a beautiful soul! She will be missed.

    • Andrew Langton says:

      @Trace Row The world can’t be all cuddly animals hugging each other and nice people. If you don’t study economics, you wouldn’t understand that, and even if you did, it’s all high-level maths that very few people on the planet understand. There are very nice people in this world, people who bring you happiness like Olivia Newton-John, but if greedy people didn’t fight for resources, you wouldn’t have the nice lifestyle you do. Money from resource-rich areas of the world like the Ukraine filter down to you and me. We are seeing right now the results of scarcity, and a battle for the earth’s resources.

    • Trace Row says:

      @Avigail O’Michael Yes absolutely agree. Both made people feel special when they walked into the room and because they were adored for just being them, they didn’t have to do anything extra but they were humanitarian. Both had enormous struggles. So many similarities

    • Avigail O'Michael says:

      @Lalhriatpuia  yes, glad you see it too! The most beautiful out there. Haha ☺️

    • Avigail O'Michael says:

      @Trace Row yes, glad you see it too! They’re both special women, both had an irresistible sparkle to them. Wish I had their eyes, the most beautiful out there. Haha ☺️

  3. Rie M.S. says:

    I honestly love her voice and her strength and devotion to fight cancer. She’s 73 and she’s more beautiful than any 20 year old. Wish that there are more people like her. So long Sandy :(‘

  4. Rachel Eisert says:

    I was 5 when “Grease” came out. She is truly a angel. She is going to be missed. I go in every year for a mammogram since breast cancer runs in my family. Last year I had a scare of my life when I found a lump, called my doctors and I got in immediately. It was benined.
    I would love to donate to Olivia’s foundation for cancer. I am not just a young survivor of breast cancer, but also a supporter to find a cure.
    My heart aches. Prayers and thoughts to the family.

  5. Nola says:

    I am so shocked and terribly saddened to know we lost Olivia Newton-John today. She has been my favorite female artist since she first became popular in the US. She had the most beautiful voice I’ve ever heard, it was like crystal. I got to see her in concert on her Physical tour and it left a life long impression on me. Thank you Olivia for decades of your amazing music. You will always be my favorite! God bless you and your family always! Love you Olivia! 💖

  6. MetalJesusRocks says:

    I am a massive fan of Grease and Olivia. It was one of the first movies I was obsessed with as a kid. Very sad to hear she passed away, but her legacy will live on forever.

  7. Curious Rooster says:

    I am a 52 year old Australian. Olivia represents pure beauty, innocence, kindness and genuineness of soul and spirit rarely found. I feel so proud that she represents the very best of the Australian way on the international stage.

    I feel like a bright light in this world has been unexpectedly extinguished. I did not know Olivia, but I feel very saddened by this like so many.

    I just sat my 18 and 21 year old kids down to watch the tributes to Olivia so they at least understand what an iconic Australian she is and that her strength, spirit, positivity and humility is to be forever considered exemplary.

    Rest in peace. 💐😞💖

  8. Chuck says:

    I work at a private airport in Florida. I had the privilege to meet her on several occasions. She was by far the sweetest, most kind celebrity I’ve ever met. RIP Sweet lady.

  9. Raven Moonsinger says:

    I was beyond shocked and stunned when I found out that this lovely, kind incredibly talented woman had passed. She was a big part of what was on the radio for my generation. In my mind’s eye, she will always be young, she’ll always be beautiful. She had more top ten hits when I was growing up than I can count. My heart breaks for her family, friends and her fans who loved her. Now, she is at peace and there will be no more pain. The angels have a new recruit for their heavenly choir!

  10. 1024laf says:

    I fell in love with her as a young kid in the 1970s and have never stopped to this day. In my eyes she was beauty, she was inspiration, she was strength. No other star matched what I saw in her or probably ever will. Good bye Olivia, you may be a true angel now but you will never be forgotten or cease to be loved, thank you for your wonderful gift of your songs and movies you leave us with, Rest in Peace from a loving and heartbroken top fan forever .

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