Malaysians bid farewell to Olivia Newton-John

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PETALING JAYA: Malaysians reacted with sorrow on the news of British born, Australian singer Olivia Newton-John's death, with many taking to Twitter and reminiscing about growing up listening to her hits.

"Rest in peace of my favourite all time artistes...who could forget prancing around 'Physical', thinking it was all about exercising? She had the voice of an angel," said Lynn Choo@lynnckl.

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"Rest in peace@oliviwnj. She walks in and I'm suddenly a hero. I am taken in, my hopes begin to rise. Look at me, can't you tell I'd be so thrilled to see," said Average Joe @ elzalyff.

"One by one they leave. Rest in peace Gorgeous," said Nawarhw@nawarhw20.

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"There goes my childhood. Rest in peace. She sang it the best - Hopelessly devoted to you," said Chaos Firecracker@ecochaos.

"Nothing hurts more than when the people who coloured your childhood start passing away one by one. Rest in peace Olivia Newton-John," said Elisa Bustaman@elisataufik.

Replying to Elisa, A Fish Call Ming@Ah_... said "She has gone to Xanadu. RIP.

Newton-John, 73, a four-time Grammy winner, died at her home in Southern California on Monday (Aug 8).

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