Who Is Olivia Newton-John?
Olivia Newton-John is a British-born Australian-raised singer, songwriter, actress, entrepreneur and activist.
Olivia Newton-John was born on 26 September 1948 in Cambridge, United Kingdom. Her father was called Welshman Brinley Newton-John who died in 1992. Her mother was called Irene Helene who is also dead (2003).
Is Olivia Newton-John Still alive?
Olivia Newton-John, the four times grammy award winner is still alive as of August 2022; she is 72 years. Although she is facing health problems(breast cancer) but she is coping and staying grateful. In l 2017 it was reported that the cancer had spread to her bones and progressed to stage IV.
Is Olivia Newton John Married?
Olivia is married to John Easterling since 2008. She has gone through a couple of failed relationships and marriages. Olivia has had her painful share of divorce. She has one daughter.
She married Matt Lattanzi in 1984 and divorced in 1995. Olivia has had failed relationships with men such as Bruce Welch, Lee Kramer and divorced Matt Lattanzi. She has an awful relationship history. Olivia John is currently together with her husband, Easterling who is the founder and president of the Amazon Herb Company.
What Is The Religion Of Olivia Newton John?
It has been popularized that Olivia John Newton’s faith is in the Christian religion. However, there is very little known about her true beliefs. Olivia embraces interfaith and other religious practices.
Her most spiritual song “Grace & Gratitude” contains deep spiritual messages that include Tibetan chants, prayers from Judaism and Islam. It also contains a poem from St. Francis of Assisi.
She produced the song to help heal herself from the pains inflicted on her by cancer and other life challenges. And again encourage others to stay strong in their battles in life.
Olivia talked about the album by saying:
“I hope these songs will help you to take time out of your busy life for relaxation or meditation,” I believe that all human beings are connected, like pearls on a chain. We have in common the search for peace, love and compassion. It is my hope that we can accept and respect each other’s (faith) traditions, no matter what our personal beliefs. This is my intention – to make music that helps to heal the heart and connect us to each other. On my own journey, I have been helped most by an attitude of appreciation. Life, with all its ups and downs, is a gift of grace that I accept with gratitude.”