Two months after her death, Olivia Newton-John is still helping change lives with her annual Walk for Wellness fundraiser.
Family, friends and fans of the Australian singer and actor gathered on Sunday at one of her favourite spots, Alexandra Gardens in Melbourne, to raise funds for her cancer wellness and research centre.
The Grease star’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi was unable to attend but became emotional while speaking from the US to Australian TV presenter and long-time Newton-John friend Richard Wilkins during the event.
“It’s so beautiful to see how many Australians have come out to support my mum,” she told Nine’s Today.
“John and I are there in spirit,” she said, also speaking on behalf of Newton-John’s husband John Easterling.
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