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A fan, hopelessly devoted to Olivia Newton-John, purchased the black leather jacket she wore on “Grease” — and then returned that famous wardrobe piece to her.

The Australian sweetheart raised $2.4 million last month by auctioning off more than 500 items of personal memorabilia to benefit her Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre in her hometown of Melbourne.

Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta in a scene from “Grease.”Paramount Pictures

That jacket, which went for $243,200, was worn by Newton-John in closing scenes of the 1978 musical classic. The singer had it on moments before she and co-star John Travolta broke into “You’re the One That I Want.”

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A month after the auction, the buyer had the jacket wrapped in a pink gift box and surprised Newton-John, 71, according to footage of the meet-and-greet recorded on Dec. 8 and posted earlier this week on the Facebook page of Julien’s Auctions.

“Are you serious?” said the stunned Newton-John hands to her face and then giving the man a huge hug. “That is the sweetest thing.”

The man did not want to be identified and Julien’s blurred his face in video it posted.

“This jacket belongs to you and the collective soul of those who love you, those for whom you are the soundtrack of their lives. It should not sit in a billionaire’s closet for country club bragging rights,” the anonymous buyer said.

“For this reason I humbly and respectfully return it to its rightful owner, which is you.”

The man appeared to identify himself as a Southern California doctor and wished Newton-John the best in her third battle with breast cancer.

“Godspeed for a quick recovery. Should you ever need medical advice or support from a trusted doctor in L.A. I will be there,” he said.

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Olivia Newton-John is vowing to stay strong during her third battle with breast cancer.

The 71-year-old is opening up about being faced again with the devastating disease once more to “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King in an interviewing airing on Sunday.

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“I’m happy,” the singer/actress reflected on her life today. “I’m lucky. I’m grateful. I have much to live for. And I intend to keep on living it.”

Back in March of this year, People magazine reported the Australian star was in the midst of treating stage 4 breast cancer. She was first diagnosed in 1992 and then secretly overcame a bout in 2013. Her most recent diagnosis came in 2017.

“‘Why me?’ has never been a part of it,” said Newton-John. “But I never felt victimized. I never felt, ‘Why not?’ Maybe deep down I knew there was a reason or a purpose for it, or maybe I needed to create one to make it OK for myself. Because, again, it’s a decision: ‘How am I gonna deal with it?’”

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Despite fighting cancer for the third time, Newton-John said she doesn’t dwell on the details concerning her prognosis.

Olivia Newton-John attends 2018 G’Day USA Los Angeles Black Tie Gala at InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown on Jan. 27, 2018, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)

“In my opinion, if they give you a percentage — you know, ‘These many women get this and they live this long,’ you can create that and make it happen,” she explained. “I think I know what the statistics are. But I put them away: I’m gonna live longer than that. I’ve made that decision. And I don’t buy into the statistics, ‘cause I think they can make you really nervous.”

King, 64, also asked Newton-John if she ever thought about death.

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“You have to think about it,” said Newton-John. “I mean, it’s part of life. And, of course, if you have a cancer diagnosis, your death is kind of there. Whereas most people, we don’t have a clue when we’re gonna die. And I could die tomorrow; a tree could fall on me. So, it’s just that we have that knowledge that we could die. But I’m not — I try not to think about it too much.”

“I try to meditate and be peaceful about it, and know that everyone I love is there, so there’s something to look forward to,” she added.

Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta in “Grease.” (AP)

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In November, California-based Julien’s Auctions will be putting numerous pieces from Newton-John’s personal clothing collection up for bid, including the iconic leather jacket and skin-tight pants she wore at the finale of the hit 1978 film “Grease.”

The clothes, along with a costume her character wrote in “Xanadu” and outfits she performed in while promoting her “Physical” tour in 1982 (among several other pieces from her wardrobe), will hit the auction block during the Icons & Idols “two-day music extravaganza” on Nov. 1 and Nov. 2 at the Standard Oil Building in Los Angeles.

A portion of the proceeds from the auction will benefit the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Centre near her hometown of Melbourne, Australia.

Olivia Newton-John encourages walkers during the annual Wellness Walk and Research Runon on Sept. 16, 2018, in Melbourne, Australia. (Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

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Back in August of this year, Newton-John told Fox News she has been optimistic about her cancer fight.

“I’m doing great,” she said at the time. “Last year in September I was bedbound. I was lucky enough to be in my own hospital in Melbourne. I spent my 70th birthday at my wellness center. It couldn’t have been more wonderful. My nieces and nephews were there, my best friend was there. It was really quite beautiful. And I’m so proud of the center so it’s a great honor to raise funds for it.”

Newton-John recalled how she was in “incredible pain” before learning of her diagnosis.

Olivia Newton-John and her daughter Chloe Lattanzi on the red carpet for the Premiere of Syfy’s ‘Dead 7’ at Harmony Gold on April 1, 2016 in Los Angeles. (Getty)

“I thought it was sciatic for a very long time,” she admitted. “It got much, much worse and I just couldn’t walk. I had a break, which I discovered through some X-rays. But pain. Pain really because it’s in my bones. That’s how I knew.”

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“I don’t call it remission — I just say I’m living with it,” continued Newton-John about her health status. “I’m living with it very well. To think that you could get rid of every single cell is not really reality at this point. But I’m feeling great. Things are shrinking. I’m taking a lot of herbs because my husband worked in the Amazon and he’s incredibly knowledgeable.

“And I use cannabis extracts, which has helped me incredibly. They’ve helped me ween off morphine, which I was using for my because I was in a lot of pain. Cannabis will not kill you but these opiates will. I’m an advocate of it, very much so.”

Actress, author and singer Olivia Newton-John opens up to “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King about her ongoing battle with breast cancer, her plans to beat the odds for her diagnosis, and finding a purpose in her illness, in an emotional interview to be broadcast on “CBS Sunday Morning” September 29.

In an interview to air on “CBS Sunday Morning,” the singer, actress and author talks with Gayle King about beating the odds and not asking “Why me?” CBS News

Newton-John, 71, is battling breast cancer for the third time. She learned in 2013 that it had spread to her back. As she told King, marijuana helps ease some of the excruciating pain, which she describes as “crying kind of pain.

“I’m happy. I’m lucky. I’m grateful. I have much to live for. And I intend to keep on living it,” Newton-John said.

Known for her work in the film “Grease,” and for such hit songs as “Have You Ever Been Mellow” and “Let’s Get Physical,” Newton-John said that she’s never felt angry about the recurring illness.

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In a wide-ranging interview with Newton-John at her Los Angeles home, she talked with King about her life today, her career, her philanthropy, and more. They also visit her clothing and memorabilia vault to try on the famed black leather outfit she wore in “Grease” alongside co-star John Travolta.

Olivia Newton-John at her home in California with “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King. CBS News

She also recalls the moment two years ago when she learned she had stage 4 cancer. Newton-John said she does not dwell on details of the prognosis. “In my opinion, if they give you a percentage – you know, ‘This many women get this and they live this long,’ you can create that and make it happen,” Newton-John said. “I think I know what the statistics are. But I put them away: But I’m gonna live longer than that. I’ve made that decision. And I don’t buy into the statistics, ’cause I think they can make you really nervous.”

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Yet, given those statistics, does she think about death?

“You have to think about it. I mean, it’s part of life,” Newton-John told King. “And, of course, if you have a cancer diagnosis, your death is kind of there. Whereas most people, we don’t have a clue when we’re gonna die. And I could die tomorrow; a tree could fall on me. So, it’s just that we have that knowledge that we could die. But I’m not – I try not to think about it too much.

“I try to meditate and be peaceful about it, and know that everyone I love is there, so there’s something to look forward to,” she said.

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While discussing the future of Oprah The Magazine, Oprah Winfrey revealed before a crowd in Los Angeles that she had a recent scare with breast cancer. She told the audience at the same time she shared the news with best friend, Gayle King. The interaction was captured in a new profile of Oprah in the New York Times.

On her breast cancer scare:

Ms. Winfrey, 58, has shown some signs of strain. She arrived at the conference with faint shadows under her eyes and announced to her best friend, Gayle King, and the audience simultaneously that she had a breast cancer scare the week before. (It was ultimately a false alarm.) When Ms. King grew visibly upset, one woman chided Ms. Winfrey for not telling her friend ahead of time and ordered her to apologize to Ms. King — all before an audience. Ms. Winfrey also did not hide her dissatisfaction with the criticism she had faced. She told the audience, “the press tried to cut me off at the knees” in its coverage of OWN, and bristled at questions about the challenges her magazine confronted.

“I don’t care what the form is,” Ms. Winfrey said with the conviction of a preacher. “I care about what the message is.”

As for the business of Oprah, i.e. boosting the magazine:

“Ultimately, you have to make money because you are a business. I let other people worry about that. I worry about the message. I am always, always, always about holding true to the vision and the message, and when you are true to that, then people respond.”

When it comes to the magazine, Ms. Winfrey said her staff prepared her to expect a 25 percent decline in newsstand sales after the talk show ended. (It has been closer to 22 percent.) And while she acknowledged that she enjoyed “holding the magazine in my hand,” she was pragmatic about print’s future and said she would stop publishing a print magazine if it were not profitable.

“Obviously, the show was helping in ways that you know I hadn’t accounted for,” Ms. Winfrey said. “I’m not interested, you know, in bleeding money.”

And the short-term plans of O the Magazine:

Ms. Winfrey wants that audience for the magazine, but she wants its readers to be younger. The median age for an O reader is 49, according to data tracked by the audience measurement company GfK MRI. (By comparison, Vogue’s median is 35.6 and Real Simple’s is 46.3.) Ms. Winfrey said she would like to attract women “in their 30s or perhaps their 20s, to be able to reach people when they are looking to fulfill their destiny.” She added, “By the time you’re 40, 42, you should have kind of figured it out already.”

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For a brief moment, Oprah Winfrey experienced a health scare that thousands of women unfortunately endure each year.

The media queen took the stage in mid-October at an annual conference in Los Angeles for O, The Oprah Magazine, and revealed to more than 5,000 fans that the week before she had thought she might have breast cancer.

As described in an account of the event in Monday’s New York Times, the 58-year-old Winfrey subsequently reassured her ardent followers, many of whom were female, that it was a false alarm.

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Nonetheless, the revelation came as a shock not only to the audience but to Oprah’s BFF, Gayle King, who became visibly upset. That prompted one woman in the crowd to reportedly reproach Winfrey for not filling her friend in on her condition and urged her to apologize to King.

No word whether the OWN honcho actually offered up a public mea culpa, and her rep was unavailable for comment.

Winfrey also spent a portion of her time at the podium defending herself from criticism lobbed at her for the underwhelming ratings performance of her TV network.

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A cancer researcher turned cancer survivor is changing the way ovarian tumors are treated. At dawn on a perfect summer morning in 2006, Laura Shawver was lying on her surfboard, waiting for a wave off San Diego’s Scripps Pier, when she noticed a sensation of pressure in her pelvis. Shawver had spent most of her career working for Sugen, a pharmaceutical company that developed drugs for stomach and kidney cancer. But the possibility that what she was feeling was a tumor never crossed her mind.
Two weeks later, Shawver found herself in her doctor’s office staring at an ultrasound monitor. “I remember thinking they must have been using a magnification setting,” she says. The mass on her left ovary was the size of a grapefruit.
As the cancer diagnosis sank in, Shawver launched into scientist mode. She figured her first step would be to get a molecular profile—or blueprint—of her tumor. “Blueprinting” was a new technique revolutionizing cancer treatment: It identified the exact genetic glitch causing a tumor to grow so that doctors could design a precisely targeted treatment.
To Shawver’s shock, however, not a single commercial lab in the United States was profiling ovarian tumors. The big cancers—breast, lung, colon—were at the forefront of genetic testing, but no one was applying the tactic to smaller cancers.
Shawver knew her prognosis wasn’t good. Three-quarters of ovarian cancer patients experience a recurrence within a couple of years, and more than 90 percent of them will die from it. About half a dozen drugs are regularly used to treat recurrent ovarian tumors and 16 more are considered potentially useful, but without a tumor’s blueprint, doctors essentially “pick a drug out of a hat,” Shawver says, making the decision based on factors such as whether a patient prefers oral or IV medication, and if she minds losing her hair. “As a scientist, that didn’t make sense to me. I thought, We can do better.”
After her surgery and chemo (she got the standard regimen for a first tumor), Shawver started the Clearity Foundationtuszqcexswfqrvtaub in 2007 to coordinate ovarian cancer blueprinting at no cost to the patient.
Clearity works with a handful of labs to run the broad array of tests needed to build each molecular profile. Insurance companies cover some of the cost (which can reach $10,000), and Clearity pays the rest with donated funds. Once the blueprint is complete, the foundation will help match the patient to an appropriate clinical trial or recommend a treatment tailored to her specific cellular malfunction.
Clearity has been tracking the progress of all the women it helps—200 to date—and offers its data to doctors and researchers all over the world so they can find out which drugs work best on which types of tumors.
Stephen Friend, MD, president of Sage Bionetworks, a nonprofit studying how genetic research can combat disease, says Clearity’s data is invaluable to scientists searching for a cure. “Every disease needs a champion,” Friend says. “For ovarian cancer, Laura is the one.” Shawver is winning the battle for her own health, too. She has been cancer-free for four years.
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Since publicly announcing her third breast cancer diagnosis in September 2018, pop icon Olivia Newton-John has largely stayed out of the spotlight, choosing instead to take time to focus on her health and her family — which is why fans were so excited to see the Grease star take to Instagram this weekend to share a snap of her and some of her famous pals.

On Sunday evening, Olivia posted a rare personal photo to her Instagram with the caption, “Wonderful surprise evening with some special friends.”

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Among the “special friends” pictured in Olivia’s photo are Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King, and fans and friends alike (including Olivia’s close pal, actress Jane Seymour) were quick to comment on the star-studded group. “So great to see you all Wish I could have been there,” Jane wrote. “Oprah and Olivia Newton-John in the same pic! This is the best!” a fan also commented.

Even more impressive than the star power in the snap, however, is how happy and healthy Olivia looks in the photo — and fans flocked to Olivia’s post to leave comments saying just that. “Olivia Newton John has been a favorite since I was 10. So happy to see her healthy and smiling!” one commenter wrote. “You look amazing! Glowing as always,” another added. “Olivia you look fabulous,” a third simply commented.

Olivia Newton-John poses for a photo during another recent public appearance at the 2019 Industry Dance Awards. Rachel LunaGetty Images

As fans know, Olivia is currently battling stage four breast cancer. Since publicly announcing her diagnosis last year, the Grease star has been very open about how she’s treating her cancer “naturally” with cannabis and other herbal remedies. She’s also maintained a remarkably positive outlook about her health, which she says comes from an internal commitment to having hope that she will beat the disease.

“It’s really a decision,” Olivia told GoodHousekeeping.com earlier this month. “I talk to my body and I thank it for every step it makes of improvement. And I thank it anyway! It’s really a practice because you create your world by what you think.”

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Olivia Newton-John has denied recent reports in US media that she had just “weeks” to live.

Appearing in a short video posted on social media, the Australian music and screen icon wished fans a happy new year, and said reports of her imminent death were off the mark.

“I just want to say that the rumours of my death have been greatly exaggerated, to quote a very famous quote,” she said.

“I’m doing great and I want to wish all of you the happiest, healthiest 2019 that’s possible and thank you all for your wonderful support for me and for my Olivia Newton-John cancer wellness centre in Melbourne, Australia.”

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It came after US tabloid site Radar Online had claimed the 70-year-old was “clinging on to life” amid her battle with cancer.

The site said Newton-John had been hoping she’d live long enough to see daughter Chloe Lattanzi wed fiance James Driskill in 2019.

Quoting unnamed sources, the report said Newton-John’s “bodily functions appear to be shutting down”, and quoted a “longevity expert” who said she was “almost certainly is going to die!”.

The reports in the US were picked up by a number of Australian media outlets, sparking an outpouring of grief among local fans.

It forced members of Newton-John’s family and friends to insist the rumours weren’t true.

Her niece Tottie Goldsmith, herself a singer and actor, denied the claims in a post on Instagram overnight.

“Just giving you the heads up that Livvy is in good health, so let’s leave that distressing rumour where it belongs,” she wrote.

Newton-John postponed tour dates in May 2017 after revealing a second diagnosis of breast cancer.

In September she revealed she had received a third diagnosis for cancer, saying her stage-four breast cancer had metastasised to her spine.

In an interview on Channel Seven’s Sunday Night, she said: “I’m one of millions in this fight. I shouldn’t say fight … in this journey.”

Newton-John was catapulted to global stardom in 1978 by her co-starring role with John Travolta in the musical film Grease.

She has previously spoken about her experience of surviving breast cancer and become an advocate for the importance of early detection.

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  • Grease Year: 1978 USA Jeff Conaway, Olivia Newton John, John Travolta, Stockard Channing Director: Randal Kleiser
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  • Olivia Newton-John and daughter Chloe Lattanzi celebrate the 35th Anniversary of Xanadu with World Premiere Music Video of ‘You Have To Believe’ Produced by Dave Aude’ at Share Nightclub Featuring: Olivia Newton-John, Chloe Lattanzi, Chippendales Where:
  • Beverly Hills, California, USA 25th January 2020 Singer Olivia Newton-John attends G’Day USA 2020 on January 25, 2020 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, USA. Photo by Barry King/Alamy Live News
  • Actress and singer Olivia Newton John a UK Eurovision Song Contest Entrant April 1974
  • Las Vegas, NV, USA. 8th Aug, 2015. Olivia Newton-John at arrivals for 35th Anniversary of XANADU and World Premiere of YOU HAVE TO BELIEVE Music Video, Share Nightclub, Las Vegas, NV August 8, 2015. © MORA/Everett Collection/Alamy Live News
  • OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN British-born Australian pop singer about 1980
  • Actress Olivia Newton-John attends the press conference of ‘Score: A Hockey Musical’ during the Toronto International Film Festival 2010 at Hotel Hyatt Regency in Toronto, Canada, 10 September 2010. Photo: Hubert Boesl
  • OLIVIA NEWTON JOHN taking a break during recording of BBC the Case in Waxholm Sweden
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  • RELEASE DATE: June 16, 1978. MOVIE TITLE: Grease. STUDIO: Paramount Pictures. PLOT: Good girl Sandy and greaser Danny fell in love over the summer. But when they unexpectedly discover they’re now in the same high school, will they be able to rekindle their romance? PICTURED: OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN as Sandy & JOHN TRAVOLTA as Danny.
  • File photo dated 14/01/09 of Olivia Newton-John, who has said she is grateful to have the ‘gift of extra time’ as she talked about living with cancer.
  • Apr. 04, 1974 – Eurovision Song Contest ’74 At Brighton: Contestants from all over Europe were arriving in Brighton this week for the Eurovision Song Contest which takes place on Saturday night 6th April. Photo shows Olivia Newton-John who sings for United Kingdom out in Brighton.
  • OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN mit CHRISTIAN SIMON – 70er, 80er Jahre / Überschrift: OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN mit CHRISTIAN SIMON
  • ANDY GIBB Olivia Newton John. (Credit Image: © Ralph Dominguez/Globe Photos/ZUMA Wire)
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  • Apr 04, 1974 – Brighton, England, United Kingdom – OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN walking about in the streets. (Credit Image: © KEYSTONE Pictures/ZUMAPRESS.com)
  • Olivia Newton-John Matt Lattanzi 1982 Photo By John Barrett/PHOTOlink.net / MediaPunch
  • 09.SEPT.2010. TORONTO OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN ATTENDS THE SCORE: A HOCKEY MUSICAL PREMIERE DURING THE 35TH TORONTO FILM FESTIVAL AT THE ROY THOMPSON HALL IN TORONTO.
  • Xanadu Year 1980 Director Robert Greenwald Olivia Newton John Gene Kelly
  • Olivia Newton John, in Los Angeles, USA. Australian pop/ rock/ country singer, b. September 26, 1948 -.
  • Nevada Ballet Theatre honors Olivia Newton John as its 2016 Woman of The Year at the 32nd Annual Black & White Ball Featuring: Olivia Newton John Where: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States When: 23 Jan 2016
  • LOS ANGELES, CA – DECEMBER 1: (L-R) Actor Matt Lattanzi and singer Olivia Newton-John attend tree planting reforestation event on December 1, 1990 in Los Angeles, California. Photo by Barry King/Alamy Stock Photo
  • Actress Olivia Newton-John and husband John Easterling attend the G’Day USA Los Angeles Black Tie Gala at Hotel JW Marriott in Los Angeles, USA, on 12 January 2013. Photo: Hubert Boesl/dpa
  • Las Vegas, NV, USA. 8th Aug, 2015. Olivia Newton-John at arrivals for 35th Anniversary of XANADU and World Premiere of YOU HAVE TO BELIEVE Music Video, Share Nightclub, Las Vegas, NV August 8, 2015. © MORA/Everett Collection/Alamy Live News
  • OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN – Australian-raised pop singer and actress about 1980
  • Actress Olivia Newton-John attends the press conference of ‘Score: A Hockey Musical’ during the Toronto International Film Festival 2010 at Hotel Hyatt Regency in Toronto, Canada, 10 September 2010. Photo: Hubert Boesl
  • VHS video, Grease (1978) Directed by Randal Kleiser. With John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing

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