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Olivia Newton-John to be honored with state service in Australia that will be “much more of a concert than a funeral”

A special memorial service for Olivia Newton-John will be held in Victoria, Australia, where the star grew up. During a news conference this week, Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews said Newton-John’s family accepted his offer for a state service and it will be “much more of a concert than a funeral.”

On the Australian news show “A Current Affair” earlier this week, Newton-John’s niece, Tottie Goldsmith, spoke about the star’s final days and the state service. “On behalf of not just our family, but I think Australia needs it,” Goldsmith said. “She’s so loved and I think our country needs it so we’re going to accept it.”

Monuments and buildings across Australia were lit up in pink to honor the star after she died on Monday at age 73.

Newton-John’s daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, shared several touching posts about her mom on Instagram this week. “You are my lighthouse mama. My safe place. My…

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