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Olivia Newton-John Is Not Abe Vigoda

2019 has already seen the deaths of Super Dave Osborne, Mean Gene Okerlund, and Neil Young’s ex-wife. But not only is Aussie singer-actress Olivia Newton-John not dying, she’s also releasing her memoir in the U.S. this March. According to Publishers Weekly  “Don’t Stop Believin,’” published by Gallery Books, “will feature a new afterword by the Melbourne-raised star, [and] chronicles her career on the charts and on-screen, as well as her battle with cancer.” Given that she was a ’70s superstar; had a boyfriend who was thought lost at sea, only to be discovered living in Mexico five years later; and that she battled cancer while her daughter battled anorexia, there’s enough living to fill a book. I’m just not sure why she gave it the same title as the Journey song.