Dolly Parton, Elton John and Mariah Carey honor Olivia Newton-John in memorial service | Displays

with videoDolly Parton, Elton John and Mariah Carey paid tribute to actress and singer Olivia Newton-John on Sunday. During the official memorial meeting in Melbourne, Australia, videos were shared, including those of the three celebrities.

The first to speak was John Easterling, the widower of the singer and actress who passed away last year. “Every day with Olivia was magical,” he remembers emotional Easter vividly. He also admitted that when he met her in the ’90s, he didn’t like her music or even the movie fat like never before. “You have to understand I wasn’t a fan of Olivia,” he said. However, the two found each other in their shared interest in nature and natural healing. However, once he heard Olivia sing, he experienced the “healing power” of her voice.

Dolly Parton said, “The world lost one of its greatest gifts when Olivia left us.” “I know it’s especially painful for all the people out there in Australia because it’s one of you,” she said. “As a country you should be very proud and know that the whole world is crying with you.”

Carey has called herself a “fan and friend” of the singer. “I just want to say thank you. You really touched my life. As a little girl I loved it so much, Grease was probably the first movie I ever saw.” Elton John described the singer and actress as “funny” and “friendly”. “She was warm and she was talented and every time we got together we just laughed and laughed and laughed.”

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Singer Pink called her one of the “nicest” people in the world. Actor Hugh Jackman has said he was “obsessed” with the film when he was young fat And he had a poster of Olivia Newton-John hanging on his wall that he “kissed every night.” Actress Nicole Kidman also said she grew up with Olivia Newton-John. “She was just a light in this world, which I think we all feel and I grew up with her, and I listen to her.”

Memorial services were held at Hammer Hall in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Although Newton-John was born in the United Kingdom, she spent much of her childhood in Melbourne. The service can be followed via a live broadcast.

Visitors to the memorial service were asked by Newton-John’s relatives not to bring flowers. Instead, they were invited to donate to the Olivia Newton John Cancer Wellness and Research Center.

The British-Australian actress and singer died in August at the age of 73 from breast cancer.

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