Australian officials are preparing Official funeral as a concert Official sources said Thursday in a tribute to singer and artist Olivia Newton-John, born in the United Kingdom and raised in the ocean country.
“This will be more of a concert than a funeral. It would be a fitting celebration for such a rich and generous life,” Daniel Andrews, the head of government for the southeastern state of Victoria, said in statements collected by the Australian public today. Network ABC.
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The details of this official act, which still do not have a date or a specific event, nor the specific place where it will be held, are known, Newton-John’s family will be addressed withWhich, according to Andrews, was “moved” by the proposal.
Melbourne City (Victoria state capital), where the artist grew up, and which is home to many of her projects, such as the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness and Research Center, illuminated its iconic buildings in pink in her honor on Tuesday.
The Sydney Opera House also lit up with the same color last night
Remembered heroes of the musical film “Greece” She will be buried in the American city where she lived with her husband.John Easterling, his Australian niece, Totti Goldsmith, told local network Nine on Tuesday.
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Newton-John died on Monday at the age of 73 at his home in Southern California (USA), after a prolonged battle with cancer.
The interpreter of “Magic” was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992, when she began supporting cancer research and treatment, and although she managed to keep the tumor at bay until 2017, that year doctors found it had spread to other parts. had spread. your body.