Career highlights include work- ing with Sir Cliff Richard on British television, moving to Los Angeles and starring in the film Grease as well as worldwide record sales which have topped 100 million.But there have been setbacks, none more dramatic than her breast cancer in 1992.
The FIX caught up with the chummy duo about their musical reunion and the secret behind their sizzling on-screen chemistry.
A lot of good things and bad things have happened during my life, which has been a roller coaster. I live for the day, never think of the future and the past is gone.
So I am always loving and living as if it is my last day.” There has been a new home in Florida, a fast-moving life, fundraising for a cancer hospital in Melbourne, Australia, and her celebration of 20 years next year of beating cancer.
“The director Stephan Elliott told me, ‘This will kill Sandy’s image off for ever,’” she says, “but I said, ‘The world does not want Sandy to ever die.
It's been 34 years since John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John were hopelessly devoted to one another as Danny and Sandy in Grease.