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Why Olivia Newton-John's death feels incredibly personal to 'Grease' fans

Oh, Sandy.

The 1978 "GreaseGreaseGrease8}" has been forever imprinted on the hearts of movie fans around the world.

Olivia Newton-John shoots Danny Zuko ofJohn Travoltawith a keen eye and defeats him with a sultry command: "Tell me about it, Stud."

This is as symbolic as Darth Vader, who tells Luke "I'm your father" in "Casablanca"'s "Children watching you here" and "The Empire Strikes Back". It is a scene.  

From that moment on, we desperately devoted ourselves to her.

An unforgettable turn in the hit movie-Newton-Johnmusical, stunning actress, who died on Monday at the age of 73, fights breast cancer for a long time. At the end, it was loved. She is an Australian performer to the whole world.

The death of Newton-John is incredibly personal to many, as Travolta and Stockard Channing's career soaring movie "Grease" is loved by countless fans to this day. I feel that it is something like that. 

She had it all: brilliant pop voice, acting chops, unparalleled beauty, liking, down with a sense of humor. She was her raw Star Power Beacon.

Olivia Newton-John transformed in "Grease."
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Olivia Newton-John's Sandy was charmed by John Travolta's Danny.
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"Grease" is a rare movie that has been loved for generations, not a little thanks to her. Grandma, mom, and her daughter all smile when they sing "You're the One That Love" or "Summer Night."

Olivia Newton Johngathered people, and she will continue to do just that. 

She was born in England, but her striking thing about Newton John, well known as an Australian, is that she has only one major role in the movie. Is to have made. Yes, she did other small TV shows and movies — her second biggest part was as a goddess sent to Earth with her cult favorite “Xanadu” —but “Grease” is that It was a word. 

Newton-John went rollerskating in "Xanadu," which had songs by the Electric Light Orchestra.
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She is a movie theater. Most of her career was spent as a musician and she recorded many of her number one hits. Her wonderful song "Physical" is still a incredible dance tune and a hallmark of 1980s music. Even with the critically ridiculed "Xanadu," the electric light orchestra jams she sang like "I'm Alive" and "Suddenly" are still enthusiastic.

Still, there is something in Sundi. We all see ourselves as some of the sweet freshmen from abroad who are first abused and then responsible for her situation. Adding Newton John's perfectly played vulnerabilities and sensuality, you get years of performance. Can you show your kids how many other movies from the 70's and find out how they will pay attention and enjoy them?

Listen to Newton John's "Love but Sadness" Sterling production today. You will hear it anew. Your eyes don't cry first.