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Encouraged by expatriate Australian singer Helen Reddy, Newton-John left the UK and moved to the US. 1) and still ranks as the biggest AC hit of her career (five weeks at No. The film has since become a cult classic and the basis for a Broadway show that ran for more than 500 performances beginning in 2007 and was nominated for four Tony Awards including Best Musical.Newton-John topped the Pop (one week) and Country (six weeks) Albums charts with her next album, Have You Never Been Mellow. Although her albums still achieved gold status, she did not return to the Top 10 on the Hot 100 or Billboard 200 charts again until 1978. 13 Country) failed to be certified gold, and its only single, the title track (No. 20 AC), did not reach even the AC Top 10 or the Country chart. (A successful international tour of the show followed.) In 1981, Newton-John released her most successful studio album, the double platinum Physical.Newton-John released her first solo album, If Not For You (USA No. The title track, written by Bob Dylan and previously recorded by former Beatle George Harrison for his 1970 album All Things Must Pass, was her first international hit (USA No. She was voted Best British Female Vocalist two years in a row by the magazine Record Mirror.She made frequent appearances on Cliff Richard's weekly show, It's Cliff Richard, and starred with him in the telefilm, The Case.
(In one incident, they were booked at Paul Raymond's Revue in Soho, London.
34 AC) and John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads" (No.
119 Pop) made minimal chart impact until the release of "Let Me Be There" in 1973.
In remission from breast cancer from 1992 until its metastasis that was discovered in 2017, she has been an advocate for health awareness, becoming involved with various charities, health products, and fundraising efforts.
Her business interests have included launching several product lines for Koala Blue and co-owning the Gaia Retreat & Spa in Australia. She is the mother of one daughter, Chloe Rose Lattanzi, with her first husband, actor Matt Lattanzi. Olivia Newton-John was born in Cambridge, England to Welshman Brinley "Bryn" Newton-John and his wife, Irene Helene (née Born).She attended Christ Church Grammar School, and then University High School, adjacent to Ormond College.