John Travolta Says Goodbye to Olivia Newton John, His Sandy in ‘Grease’: “We’ll Be Together Again”


The world of cinema has been destroyed. Olivia Newton John He died on a California farm this morning at the age of 73, after battling cancer for more than three decades. British-Australian actress known as Sweet Sandy in 1978, the heroine of greaseOne of the most acclaimed musicals in the history of the big screen. With her innocent smile and sparkling eyes, she stole Danny Zuko’s heart (John Travolta) and the whole world. Surely he’s been one of the first to say goodbye to her with a nice message: “Olivia, you’ve made our lives so much better. I love you so much. We’ll see each other on the street and we We’ll all be together again. Yours from the first moment we met!” I saw you forever and ever! Your Danny, Your John!”

Actress and singer, her biography includes a huge number of albums with pop songs, filled for half a century, since she began to sing almost as a teenager. He represented the UK Eurovision in 1974 and with Waterloo in fourth place behind winners ABBA.

Olivia visited Spain three years ago and spent a few days on vacation in Galicia, where she had family and friends, who were her hosts and guides during her stay in Ribeira Sacra. The actress was able to get to know that region of our country and during her travels she was recognized and posed for selfies with her fans, in addition to admiring the benefits of the Galician land.

Olivia Newton-John, better known as Livy, was British by birth but greatly loved in Australia, where she had lived since the age of five, even though she was born in Cambridge, England: “If they Tell you you have six months to live, are you going to believe it because statistics say so in cases like mine?”, he remarked in one of his last public statements.