Back in May, we shared the news that Olivia Newton-John had to postpone a few of her tour dates due to a sciatica flare up. Unfortunately, a few weeks after that news, her camp released a statement announcing that the entertainer's recent health problems were a result of cancer.
After more than 20 years in remission, the 68-year-old Grease star's breast cancer relapsed for the second time and has "metastasized to the sacrum." In the announcement posted on her Facebook page, she was seeking "natural wellness therapies" and "a short course of photon radiation therapy" to fight the cancer.
Now, three months after her shocking revelation, Newton-John has spoken out about her battle for the first time.
The singer released a video message in which she not only gave fans an update about her health, she also thanked them for their support and shared details about The Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness and Research Centre's new campaign.
So how is she doing?