NOS . News•
John Travolta mourns the death of Olivia Newton-John, his co-star fat. “Dear Olivia, you made our lives so much more beautiful,” the 68-year-old wrote in an Instagram post.
Newton John erupted in 1978 grease Like the naive Sandy who falls in love with the ruthless Danny, played by Travolta. she died yesterday in california At the age of 73.
“I’ve been yours since the moment I saw you and forever,” the 68-year-old actor wrote. “We’ll see each other later and be together again.”
Didi Kohn of Frenchy commented: “Her beautiful spirit shines in my heart now and forever.” fat. “She was full of love, light and generosity.”
Actress Stockard Channing, who played Rizzo in the film, also says she will miss the actress and singer. “I don’t know if I’ve ever known someone more attractive. Olivia was summer par excellence: sunny, warm, graceful.”
Singer Richard Marks, with whom Newton-John collaborated during her singing career, replied: “My heart is broken. Rest in peace, my dear friend.” “No one has been more beautiful or more loving. I will miss you every day.”
The Albanian Australian Prime Minister describes her as a wonderful and generous person. He writes of the British national growing up in his country: “Her presence was warm and enduring and her voice was such a big part of the Australian voice.”
Former Australian Prime Minister Rudd praised her as an Australian woman who has done so much for cancer research as an activist. “She left her family very young.”
Australian colleague Hugh Jackman considers it an honor to know her. “Not only was she one of the most talented people I know, but she was also outspoken, generous, and fun. She was unique.”
Jackman admits to kissing an Olivia Newton-John poster as a teenager. And in many other reactions, fans wrote that it was their first love for the movie.
The Newton-John family wrote that her long and public battle with her illness made her “a symbol of victory and hope for 30 years”. Asking for a donation instead of flowers to move For the research fund founded by Newton John.
Albanian Prime Minister says Olivia Newton-John will live “in her music, in her film and in her journey to one day find a cure for cancer”.
“Unable to type with boxing gloves on. Freelance organizer. Avid analyst. Friendly troublemaker. Bacon junkie.”