‘Grease’ burst onto cinema screens in 1978, with its bubblegum-popping story of boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gyrates until girl can no longer resist.
This age-old tale was given a pink, leather and denim spin with its talented cast, witty asides and thumping tunes, and ‘Grease’ became one of the year’s biggest films, with a soundtrack that remains one of the best-selling ever.
Of their upcoming performance, Braithwaite said: "I remember we did a charity event together in Sydney at a big stadium and it went very well. With the orchestra, it'll give us the chance to be in acoustic mode, rather than with the band."I'm not sure if we'll do any songs together though. I'll have to get the hair coloured from grey to black."Braithwaite said that he "surprisingly" never gets sick of singing his hit single 'The Horses', which was number one in 1991, adding: "Here we are 20 years down the track and I think the song's even bigger now.
reported breathlessly earlier this month: “Olivia Newton-John’s missing lover Patrick found!Newton-John married her second husband, John Easterling, in 2008, but the last year.“It’s human to wonder but you know, those are the things in life you have to accept and let go,” she said.star Newton-John on stage next month as a special guest on the Melbourne leg of her national tour - said that they "went steady" briefly when they were classmates at South Yarra's Christ Church Grammar school.Braithwaite told the The musician said that he only gets to see Newton-John about once a year because he is based in Melbourne and she is in the US, but said that they are still great friends.