A reunion for "Grease" stars John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John is reportedly under discussion to mark the movie's 40th anniversary next year.
"We are thinking up ways," Newton-John said last week, when she picked up the Icon Award at the Las Vegas Fame Awards, the Mirror reported.
"Nothing to announce yet. Forty years anniversary of Grease, which I can’t believe. Time goes so fast. It is so exciting."
"Every year for the last 20 years, I thought I was retiring and then somebody would say, 'How about this?' and it’s like, 'Oh, that looks fun,' or 'How about this?' Things that I would never think about," the 68-year-old star added.
According to the Mirror, the film cost $5 million to make but earned almost $400 million at the box office in 1978, catapulting the stars to global fame.
She also told the Mirror she feels lucky to still be performing.
"Singing is an expression of yourself, so I love singing and performing," she said. "The traveling thing gets a bit tiring of course, but as I say, I have a very lucky life. I’m a fortunate person. I have a wonderful life and career and nice people want to talk to me."
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