Après John Easterling, PEOPLE met en avance sur son site web CHLOE LATTANZI ... qui devrait d'ici peu mettre à disposition du public son travail musical créé ces dernières années.
Chloe lattanzi est désormais très heureuse .. et c'est tout le mal qu'on peut lui souhaiter !
Olivia Newton-John Opens Up About Helping Daughter Chloe Through Hard Times: ‘She’s Strong’.
Olivia Newton-John and daughter Chloe Lattanzi are in a good place.
The singer and iconic Grease star tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue that despite all they’ve been through over the years, their bond is now better than ever.
“We have a great relationship now,” Newton-John says of her daughter, now 30. “[Chloe’s] going to release music she made 10 years ago that she wasn’t ready to put out, and it’s really powerful. She’s ready to talk about stuff in her life because she’s moved past it.”
Nearly a decade ago, Newton-John’s daughter with ex-husband Matt Lattanzi made headlines when it was revealed she was recovering from anorexia. In 2013 Lattanzi opened up about her personal struggles, revealing a history of abusing drugs. At that time she gave an interview saying, “I don’t blame my mother for my problems, but I would never want to be famous or raise a child around the cult of celebrity.”
For more on Olivia Newton-John finding peace after her painful past, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE on stands Friday.
Lattanzi’s upcoming music “is from the time when she was having some struggles,” says Newton-John. Now, she says, “She’s strong. My daughter is happy and healthy. She’s the spokesperson for a line of pants called Equestrian, doing a lot of things that she loves to do. I’m very proud of her.”
And the star, 68, who just released her own inspirational new album LIV ON, is eager to become mother of the bride. “She’s been engaged for a couple of years now,” says Newton-John of Lattanzi and fiancé James Driskill. “It would be fun to plan a wedding.”
BY JANINE RUBENSTEIN
- ET CANADA
Olivia Newton-John discusses her powerful new album “Liv On”, in collaboration with Grammy nominee Beth Nielsen Chapman and SOCAN Award-winner Amy Sky, which is intended to act as a beacon of hope for those dealing with loss and illness.