Style Magazine - - Entertainment - by Oliva New­ton-john

Love this lady. She is a true fighter with a mil­lion-dol­lar smile. It is no won­der that Olivia New­ton-john’s book Don’t Stop Believin’ will give you an in­sight to one of Aus­tralia’s mega su­per­stars.

It is a lit­tle hard to be­lieve that her ca­reer has spanned over 50 years as she never seems to age.

With Grammy Awards to her name, she has also sold over 100 mil­lion al­bums.

Prob­a­bly best re­mem­bered for her hits Banks of the Ohio, Xanadu and Phys­i­cal, it is with the movie Grease where she played shy Sandy, who falls for Danny Zuko (John Tra­volta), that launched a cult fol­low­ing that is still pop­u­lar to­day.

Her life has been a series of highs and lows — she has faced health is­sues that would leave many beaten, but like a true pro­fes­sional Olivia has shown courage dur­ing her bat­tles with breast can­cer.

Her mantra of Don’t Stop Believin’ is syn­ony­mous with her ap­proach to life, such as when she set up the Olivia New­ton-john Can­cer Well­ness & Re­search Cen­tre in Mel­bourne.

Shar­ing a story of a bril­liant ca­reer and such a pos­i­tive role model from her life is a won­drous jour­ney and one that will leave you a lit­tle star struck. Don’t Stop Believin’ is avail­able now in book­stores.

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