Olivia Newton-John Memorial: Melbourne Says Goodbye to a Star

Devotees of Olivia Newton-John will get the opportunity to lament and praise her life five months after her inconvenient passing from bosom disease freely.

Aficionados of the departed big name are welcome to go to her public, formal state commemoration, which will be held in her local Australia.


On February 26 at Hamer Corridor, Expressions Center Melbourne, the unbelievable Oil entertainer, and vocalist will be perceived with a public help in her old neighborhood of Melbourne.

The get-together, which will incorporate accolades from loved ones, was coordinated by Olivia’s loved ones. She is made due by her better half, John Easterling, and her girl, Chloe Rose Lattanzi.

The entertainer is Delta Goodrem, who worked with Olivia before and depicted her in the 2018 Australian memoir miniseries, Olivia Newton-John: Irredeemably Gave to You.

Head for the Province of Victoria Daniel Andrews said in a proclamation: “Woman Olivia Newton-John was a motivation to numerous all over the planet – her work in malignant growth exploration and treatment saved daily routines and changed lives and her music was the soundtrack to an age.”

He added: “We realize Victorians are anxious to commend the existence of a main impetus in clinical examination and a symbol of film and music, with a help befitting her worldwide recognition.”

There will be sans few tickets accessible for individuals who need to go to the help. On February tenth, enlistment for the occasion authoritatively opens.

On August eighth, Olivia, 73, died after an extended fight with bosom disease. She wedded her significant other of fourteen years in 2008, and he let the cat out of the bag with a weepy tribute.

“Olivia has been an image of wins and expectations for more than 30 years imparting her excursion to bosom malignant growth.

Her mending motivation and spearheading experience with plant medication go on with the Olivia Newton-John Establishment Asset, devoted to investigating plant medication and disease.”