Talking to Tina Cross about her 40 years as a singer, performer and entertainer is a bit like opening the floodgates to a huge memory dam. “Sorry if I’ve rabbitted on,” she apologises towards the end of our interview.
With a range spanning the cardigan-clad sweetheart in the hit musical Grease and the leotarded gym instructor in the raunchy single Physical no one could accuse Olivia Newton-John of playing it safe in 40 years of singing country, pop and rock. The Australian, who was born in England and is touring there for the first time in 35 years, admits to being terrified at some of the choices she made in a career boasting four Grammy awards and a lead role in the biggest musical movie hit in US history
PHYSICIST Sir Isaac Newton is usually seen as the enemy of athletes.
Bullets and rocks fly as truckers try to block new taxes It started out as a nationwide protest against higher fuel taxes and highway-user fees for trucks. But within hours, violence eclipsed the issues