Official funeral service for Olivia Newton-John in Australia

The singer and actress Olivia Newton-John, who died on Monday at the age of 73, is to be honored with a state funeral in Australia. The British-Australian artist’s family has accepted an offer from his state, Victoria’s Premier Daniel Andrews said on Thursday. “It will be more of a concert than a funeral.” He did not initially mention the place or date. There will be further discussions on this.

“The family was very touched by the prospect of the people of Victoria coming together and celebrating Olivia’s life,” Andrews said. Newton-John was a “very special person”. The British woman, who became world famous at the end of the 1970s with the musical adaptation “Grease”, died at the age of 73 in the American state of California after a decade-long battle with cancer. As a child she emigrated with her family to Melbourne, where she grew up.

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