A Grammy Award-winning musician, Newton-John recorded hits like "I Honestly Love You" and "Let's Get Physical." She survived breast cancer in the '90s and helped raise awareness and research funding.In the mid-1970s, Newton-John made a splash in the United States with her third solo album.Reports of Newton-John's diagnosis claimed the tour has been cancelled, but her official site said rescheduled dates would be posted in the coming weeks.The Stafford Centre also suggested new dates were forthcoming.
She says female artists today are under much more pressure. If it's a great song then it's going to sell itself anyway," Newton-John said. I'm so grateful I started when I did because these girls I think are probably pushed to get wilder and wilder to get noticed." Her new show aims to take the audience down memory lane, she explained.Newton-John, 68, had been diagnosed with breast cancer in the early 1990s, but had been in remission since 1992.