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September 28, 2022

18 Wonderful Studio Photos of a Young Olivia Newton-John

Olivia Newton John launched her musical career when she was still living in Australia when she was 15, forming her first group, Sol Four, a group composed exclusively of girls. Group which will appear regularly until 1963 in all the hook TVs in the area.


She left the following year to live in England with her mother and a friend, and left 2 years after her 1st single “Till you say you'll be mine,” then her 1st album in 1970, followed by a 2nd in 1971 which will experience a success of esteem.

In the 1970s, her career began to grow due to her association with Cliff Richard, where she became a regular live performer on his successful TV show in 1972. Her first hit single was a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Let Me Be There,” a successful rendition that took the sixth spot on the American charts. 

However, it was her iconic role as Sandy Olsson in Grease that catapulted the singer’s career in Hollywood. The film became one of the highest-grossing musicals ever at the time, and its soundtrack album, one of the best-selling albums of the year in the United States. Most notably, the songs “You’re The One That I Want” and “Summer Nights” were also the best-selling singles. 

Throughout her successful career, the multi-hyphenate artist took time to advocate for breast cancer research as she herself was also a three-time cancer survivor. Unfortunately, the actress passed away at her California ranch earlier this year on August 8.






















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