Olivia Newton-John says she’s ‘feeling great’ about three months after announcing she had a relapse in her battle against breast cancer.
The veteran entertainer, 68, released a clip Friday in which she was promoting her We Go Together fundraiser for her Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness and Research Centre.
In the video she thanked her fans and friends for their warm sentiments amid her health battle.
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Inspirational: Olivia Newton-John, 68, said Friday that she’s ‘feeling great’ about three months after announcing she had a relapse in her battle against breast cancer
‘I’d like to express my gratitude to all of you who sent such kind and loving messages of support over the past few months,’ the Grease actress said in the clip.
‘Your prayers and well wishes have truly helped me, and continued to lift my spirits.
‘I’m feeling great and so look forward to seeing you soon!’
The 5feet6 beauty said that as she’s ‘recovering from [her] breast cancer relapse,’ she’s been revitalized in seeing the positive impact the Melbourne, Australia-based medical facility named in her honor, ‘and the important contributions it makes to the lives of the communities it serves.
Driven: Newton-John thanked her supporters for their kind sentiments amid her health battle
‘This was my dream, and it’s now a reality,’ said the Grammy-award winner, urging her fans to donate ‘to grow our critical research, pioneer trials and deliver holistic care to all who are in need.’
The Physical singer announced her cancer had returned this past May upon postponing her concert tour.
While she first cited back pain due to sciatica, her doctors later diagnosed that her breast cancer had metastasized to her sacrum.
Icon: The multi-talented entertainer was snapped performing in New Jersey in April
‘In addition to natural wellness therapies, Olivia will complete a short course of photon radiation therapy and is confident she will be back later in the year, better than ever, to celebrate her shows,’ her reps said in a statement at the time.
The Hopelessly Devoted To You songstress initially was diagnosed with cancer in 1992, undergoing chemotherapy and a partial mastectomy, and subsequently, a breast reconstruction.
Newton-John is seeking to raise $1 million as part of her latest drive.