Singer, actor, and health activist Olivia Newton-John died Monday morning at age 73 at her California ranch

She was suffer from breast Cancer  from long time

Newton-John was born in the United Kingdom in 1948 her family moved to Australia when she was young

She was started his singing career  as a teenager, performing in Australia and England with her partner Pat Carroll

In 1971 she released If Not For You, a hit covers album, she released a third called Let Me Be There in 1973.

Newton-John’s iconic “I Honestly Love You” and solidified her status as an international star of POP songs

his famousibily help her to getting the starring role in director Randal Kleiser’s movie adaptation of the musical Grease.

Grease is one of the most famous movie musicals of all time

Newton-John playing a nice girl named Sandy who falls in love with a supposed bad boy named Danny

Post-Grease, Newton-John rebuilded her career and starred in the fantasy musical Xanadu

In the early ‘90s, Newton-John was diagnosed with breast cancer and spent the last decades of her life   for breast cancer treatement

She released more than a half-dozen albums in the past 20 years alone, including a Christmas album

Newton-John is survived by her husband and her daughter, singer Chloe Lattanzi.