In one of the interviews she gave at the end of her life, Olivia Newton-John showed that she faced death with serenity.
The star of 'Grease' (1978), who died at the age of 73 on Monday, addressed this issue on the podcast 'A Life of Greatness' in 2021. During the chat with host
Sarah Grynberg, Newton-John explained his relationship with spirituality, pointing out that, in a way, he longed for the moment of his own departure.
"We all know we're going to die, but I think we spend our lives in denial. It's an extremely personal thing, so it's hard to put into words," the actress reflected.
"I feel like we're all one thing, and I've had experiences with spirits and with spirit life. I believe there is something that happens [when you die]."
The American added that she would like to meet "the energies" of her loved ones in an afterlife.
"I think all the love will be there. I'm kind of looking forward to that - not now, but when it happens," she said.
Olivia Newton-John has faced a struggle with breast cancer over the course of 30 years.
She was first diagnosed with the disease in 1992, and battled the condition again in 2013 and 2017.