Olivia Newton-John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi reveals how the singer’s fans helped her


Olivia Newton-John‘s daughter Chloe Lattanzi has revealed how her late mother’s fans have been a life raft for her in dark times. 

The US-based singer and actress, 37, told The Daily Telegraph that the love and support she has experienced has made a world of difference in her grief. 

‘I got absolute oceans of love and support and connection,’ she said.  

‘I would have fans reaching out – you know: “If you ever need anything [or] anyone to talk to…” or, “We love you so much.” It was kind of a lifeboat. It was beautiful, all these people sending so much love to our family and loving my mother.’

‘I treasure what they all gave me, which was support and kindness [that] really lifted me out of dark places’ she added. 

Olivia Newton-John's daughter Chloe Lattanzi (pictured) has revealed how her late mother's fans have been a life raft for her in dark times

Olivia Newton-John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi (pictured) has revealed how her late mother’s fans have been a life raft for her in dark times

Chloe sadly lost her mum in 2022 following the Grease star’s battle with breast cancer.

Speaking to Loose Women‘s Coleen Nolan and Gloria Hunniford on the day that would have been her mother’s 75th birthday, Chloe explained why she still feels that her mum is with her.

Speaking on her death, she added: ‘The fans were really a life raft for me, having millions of people pour out energy and love towards me and my family, and celebrating my mum, really lifted me up in dark times.

Adding emotionally: ‘I want to thank everyone… for your support. It really helped me and I know my mum feels it.’

The US-based singer and actress, 37, said that the love and support she has experienced has made a world of difference in her grief. Pictured alongside Olivia

The US-based singer and actress, 37, said that the love and support she has experienced has made a world of difference in her grief. Pictured alongside Olivia 

It comes after Chloe revealed a sad health update on social media in August, one year after her mother’s death.

The Los Angeles native said she has been suffering from memory loss since she lost her mum in 2022. 

‘I have not been okay. I’ve had extreme memory loss and difficulty getting out of bed. I’ve been neglecting myself,’ she explained in an Instagram video.

‘One of my mum’s biggest messages was to take care of yourself. So, I’m gonna disappear for about three weeks because I’m developing health issues in my mind and body.’

'I would have fans reaching out - you know:

‘I would have fans reaching out – you know: “If you ever need anything [or] anyone to talk to…” or, “We love you so much.” It was kind of a lifeboat. It was beautiful, all these people sending so much love to our family and loving my mother’ she said 

Chloe is Olivia’s only child, born in 1986 from her first marriage to actor Matt Lattanzi.

Olivia died at age 73 at her home in Santa Ynez, California on August 8 last year, following a 20-year battle with breast cancer.

She fought several brave battles against cancer and after first being diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992, which was successfully treated and went into remission, but it later returned in both 2013 and 2017.

Olivia’s death resulted in an outpouring of public grief and heartfelt tributes from those close to her including Grease co-star John Travolta and Victorian premier Dan Andrews, who offered a state funeral in her honour.

Olivia died at age 73 at her home in Santa Ynez, California on August 8 last year, following a 20-year battle with breast cancer

Olivia died at age 73 at her home in Santa Ynez, California on August 8 last year, following a 20-year battle with breast cancer 



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