NEW BOOK: Olivia Newton-John's autobiography, Don't Stop Believin'.
NEW BOOK: Olivia Newton-John's autobiography, Don't Stop Believin'.

Olivia shares her story through Don't Stop Believin'

SHE's seen so much of the good and the not so good moments of life and yet Australia's sweetheart, Olivia Newton-John, is prepared to share it all with her greatest supporters.

Olivia's Don't stop believin' autobiography covers her journey from Melbourne schoolgirl to international superstar in a deeply personal book. It's a warm, candid and moving account in her own words of her extraordinary life.

Throughout it all, she has retained the mantra; Don't stop believin'!

For over five decades Olivia as been one of the world's most successful and adored entertainers. She is a four-time Grammy Award winner and international best-selling recording artist with more than 100 million albums sold. Her starring roles in the iconic movies Grease and Xanadu catapulted her into super stardom. Her appeal as a performer is timeless.

Olivia is also known for her strength, courage and grace. After her own personal experience with cancer, she has thrived and become an inspiration for millions around the world.

A tireless advocate for countless charities, Olivia's true passion is as the founding champion of the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre in her hometown of Melbourne. Olivia has always radiated joy, hope and compassion - determined to be a force for good in the world.

From every hardback sold, $1 will be donated to the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre.

Published by Penguin, Don't stop believin' is available now in bookshops for RRP$45.00, in audio download for RRP$32.99 and as an ebook.


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