She's Australia's sweetheart, and has already beaten cancer twice, but last night Olivia Newton-John revealed she's been diagnosed with the disease for a third time.
The 69-year-old singer and actress spoke in May 2017 to reveal she was fighting breast cancer, and it was thought then to be her second struggle with the disease after a battle 26 years ago.
It's hard to believe, but in a few weeks Olivia Newton-John turns 70.
Newton-John was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992. She beat the cancer, but discovered in 2013 a lump in her shoulder after a vehicle accident.
Olivia sits down with Sunday Night's Alex Cullen for this very candid interview to reveal the secret she's refused to tell until now.
"It's my life. I just made a decision to keep it to myself", she said.
When asked if she was anxious about the latest cancer diagnosis, Newton-John said she remains optimistic and is determined to win the battle once again.
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Speaking about cannabis oil, Olivia said she's "lucky" she lives in California, a state where it's legal to grow a certain amount of cannabis for medicinal purposes.
On her first impressions of John, who played her boyfriend Danny Zuko, she said: "He's a lovely man".
Asked how she's coping, Olivia admitted: "I have my moments, but I'm not going to have my moment here!"
She's cut sugar out of her diet entirely and uses medical cannabis tinctures from plants that her husband, John Easterling, legally grows on their California property, to help with pain and sleep, and hopes Australia will legalize medical marijuana for similar reasons.
"I live in this handsome place". As a result, she turned to her husband's Amazon Herb Company as well as the oncology team at her Melbourne Cancer and Wellness Centre throughout 2012. "So if I allow myself to go there, I could easily create that, you know, big fear", she said. I have an incredible career.
"She told the show: "'There are other people out there doing much, much worse than me. "I'm still treating it and I'm treating it naturally", she said on Sunday. "I have nothing, really, to complain about", Olivia adds.