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With humor and warmth, legendary musician, actress, activist, and icon Olivia Newton-John shares her fascinating life story—from her unforgettable rise to fame in the classic musical Grease to her passionate advocacy for health in light of her battles with cancer. Perfect for fans of Tina Turner’s My Love Story and Sally Field’s In Pieces, this New York Times bestseller—with new exclusive material—is an extraordinary can’t-miss memoir.
For more than five decades, Olivia Newton-John has been one of our most successful and adored entertainers. A four-time Grammy Award winner, she is one of the world’s bestselling recording artists of all time, with more than 100 million albums sold. Her starring roles in the iconic movies Grease and Xanadu catapulted her into super-stardom.
In addition to her music and screen successes, Olivia is perhaps best known for her strength, courage, and grace. After her own personal journeys with cancer, she has thrived and become an inspiration for millions around the world. A tireless advocate for countless charities, her true passion is as the founding champion of the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre in her hometown of Melbourne, Australia. Olivia has always radiated joy, hope, and compassion—determined to be a force for good in the world.
Now she is sharing her journey, from Melbourne schoolgirl to international superstar, in this deeply personal book. Candid and moving, Don’t Stop Believin’ is Olivia Newton-John’s story in her own words for the very first time.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
By unflinchingly chronicling her life’s peaks and valleys, Olivia Newton-John explodes myths about pop superstardom. The Australian singer is a gifted storyteller. Her unguarded prose pulls us in as closely for her endearing childhood memories of familial bliss as for the devastation of her parents’ divorce, and guides us gracefully through the roller-coaster ride of her career and her battle with cancer. Ultimately, Newton-John’s survivor story inspires a new appreciation for her perpetually sunny demeanor—and made us want to do a better job cultivating our own attitude of gratitude.