Olivia Newton-John's daughter Chloe Lattanzi is opening up on the promise she made to her mother prior to her death last August. "That was my promise to my mom that I would soar, and fly, and be happy," the 37-year-old shared with TODAY host Hoda Kotb.
After a 30-year journey with breast cancer, the actress and musician died at 73. Despite battling cancer for several decades, Newton-John did not dwell on her prognosis, instead radiating light and positivity into the world, a message that Lattanzi will further. "My mom’s a reminder of that, of just what we can manifest, of how many people we can help with this incredible light that we all have inside of us." "My mom is a pioneer, a rebel in a good way.
A healer," she added. Just like her mother, Lattanzi is a singer. Her song "Phoenix" was one of her mother's favorites. It holds deep value as she looks to extend her mother's legacy. "That song is for my mom," she explains. "And it’s also for anyone who needs to be uplifted, you know?
We’re all capable of incredible things." Despite all the advocacy work her mother has done, as well as the cultural impact she has had with her music and movies, Lattanzi sees the late star as just her mother. "She’s my mama, you know," she told Kotb in a segment from February. "She’s not Olivia Newton-John to me, but I’m so glad that she was Olivia Newton-John for so many people." Last Sunday, Lattanzi honored her mother at her state memorial service in Australia. "My heart is broken in two.The other half is with my mama.Read more on foxnews.com