Olivia Newton-John reveals she won't be getting the coronavirus vaccine
2 February 2021, 10:21 | Updated: 2 February 2021, 10:35
The Grease singer has said she has no plans to receive the coronavirus vaccine, in an interview alongside her daughter Chloe Lattanzi.
The Grease star didn't expand on her reasoning behind why she won't be receiving the injection.
Olivia was joined in the interview by her 35-year-old daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, who shared some of her own opinions about the vaccine.
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"I'm anti putting mercury and pesticides in my body, which are in a lot of vaccines," Lattanzi told the publication.
The singer, who recently duetted with her mother on a new single, runs a medicinal cannabis farm.
Chloe has also stated that she believes "real medicine is what comes from the earth".
Just last week, Newton-John shared a brand new song featuring her daughter.
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The British-Australian musician is hoping to spread a loving message with her new song 'The Window in the Wall'.
It sees the mother-daughter duo singing about healing in difficult times, and is the latest collaboration from Olivia and Chloe, who is Olivia's daughter with actor Matt Lattanzi.
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Olivia said: "I've always enjoyed singing duets more than singing on my own and when I first heard this song, I knew immediately that I wanted to sing it with my daughter Chloe.
"The lyrics and melody really resonated with me and I hoped Chloe would feel the same way – and luckily she did!"