Now there's a sentence we thought we'd never see, 'Olivia Newton-John in Newbridge'. 

Alongside John Travolta, the iconic actress and singer of the movie Grease, took a trip to Newbridge yesterday.

She was displaying her own exhibition that featured her infamous leather jacket and pants from the movie Grease as well as dresses and other memorabilia from the movie Physical and Xanadu. Who would have thought! 

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This exhibition is open to the public (free of cost) until the 18th of August at the Newbridge Silver Museum of Style Icons. Pay a visit as quick as (Grease) lightening before it's gone.

The collection will later be auctioned in the US and proceedings will go to the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre. 

CEO of Newbridge Silverware, William Doyle made an appearance, as did Amy Huberman who interviewed the Hollywood film star. 

Olivia was also interviewed by Ray D'Arcy yesterday in which she talked Irish tea, fashion, her battle with cancer, and Grease.

She was diagnosed in 1992. Years after her diagnosis she created a wellness center for cancer patients called the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Research Center and she was then treated in the hospital she created, "I was delighted", she said.

When asked how she felt when her cancer came back she said it is frightening but laughed and said: "here it comes again". 

Having Olivia Newton-John here in Ireland certainly is a treat. 

She is a four time Grammy award winner and it's estimated that she has sold approximately 100 million records worldwide. Not to mention her philanthropy work with various charities. 

Olivia Newton-John, who wouldn't be hopelessly devoted to you?

Listen to full Olivia Newton-John interview with Ray D'Arcy above.