She transforms herself from a rich and dutiful wife into a sexually charged mother of the bride.
“I was forced to talk about it, really,” she recalls.
“I was in Los Angeles and someone found out and told the press.
It’s a stand-out performance as a cocaine-snorting, champagne- swigging mother of the bride in the funniest comedy film in years, A Few Best Men.
“These are my best times,” she says, as we talk at the hotel where she’s staying with husband John Easter- ling, 62, with whom she always travels these days. “I never thought I would be saying this at my age but I do feel happier and sexier than ever.
She recently made a controversial video, Play With Me, which includes scenes of suicide and drug-taking.
Also Chloe’s planned marriage this year had to be postponed because it was discovered that her boyfriend, martial arts instructor James Driskill, was still married to his first wife. “She is going to marry but it was too, too rushed,” she says. Nothing compares." Newton-John's career blossomed in Britain thanks to her TV appearances with Cliff Richard, now 71. Cliff was so impor- tant to me and is such a lovely man.
The marriage and the moment has released something in her, she says - a passion for life and sexiness that she didn’t know she possessed.
Newton-John, now 63, has served up a new surprise at the Rome film festival.
The PDF files that you can download here are as they were published. Photos: 1) Platt Conrad, 2) Stationery that is part of the Conrad collection donated by Doug Wolfe to the Lake Village Library, 3) Mary Kay Emmrich, Director of the Newton County Public Library A Student’s Promise to the School Superintendent, 1908 – Copy of school card donated by Genevieve Molter and signed by Agnes Molter. Yost’s newspaper columns (Both of these are under the auspice of the Family History Division). Hollingsworth, Bruce Herriman, Linda Kindig, Bonnie Spangler, ? Photo placed on by Bruce Herriman Photo of the library in 2012; photo of library with new addition taken in 2010; photos of two chairs which were library original furnishings; photos - distinguishing features including concrete arches; child’s table & three chairs (original); original stair railing; wood framed windows that match arches; fireplaces and wood beamed ceilings. Photo of Brook High School 1960-61 Varsity Basketball Team: David Wilson, Mr. (4) Enjoying picnic, from L-R, Janet Miller, Becky Lyons, Barb Wilfong, Darlene Truby Photos: (1) Graduating class of Morocco High School, 1934: Wayne Porter, Audrey James, Daryl Brandt, Mary Heath, David Hancock, Eva Deardurff, Milton Storey, Grace Hagen, Harry Brunton, Bethel Insley, Don Deardurff, Principal Cecil Grayson, Kathleen Sinks, Bernard Gatton, Lela Hamilton, Lawson Cox, Mildred Rush, Lyle Sypult, Maxine Goddard, Paul Smart, Thora Johnson, Edwin Roadruck, Catherine Redden, Ruth Gorman, Ruby Grace Garrard, Sponsor Anne Mc Phail, Robert Ackors, Geneva Harris, Bessie James, Martin Stockey, Orville Geesa, Orville Boyd, Gene Cross, Helen Hanson, Elbert Archibald, Frank Holley, Ivan Hafstrom, Byron Archibald, Elba Ackors, Rosalie Triplett, Helen Hayworth. About four inches of snow fell in the north end of the county Sunday.
If errors were made, please contact the Newton County Historical Society. 3) History of Goodland lead by Anne Meyer and Karen Schuette. Also housed Masonic Temple and gentleman’s quarters for Jacobs. Photos by Beth Bassett The North/South Railroad and Its Kentland Depot by Beth Bassett; photo taken in 1906, 16 mule and horse teams and drivers building the sub-grade one mile north of Ade for the CIS, part of the New York Central Railroad system Recollections and a Train Wreck by Beth Bassett; photo of school children atop the engine of the train that wrecked in Kentland on Oct. Curtis, Steve Rathbun, Chuck Thompson, Tom Kindell, Jim Hermanson, Dave Patterson, Jim Thompson, John Hess, Jim Johnston, Bob Johnson, Jim Burley, Larry Antcliff. Not pictured: Alberta Bernwanger, Thomas Purdy, Albert Yates, Rue Gene Starr. (2) Fred Don at Conrad and secured contract for building a ranch house for Mrs. Goodland: (1) Judge Hanley made following appointments: Mrs.
Career highlights include work- ing with Sir Cliff Richard on British television, moving to Los Angeles and starring in the film Grease as well as worldwide record sales which have topped 100 million.