Delta Goodrem took to the stage to perform an emotional tribute to Olivia Newton-John over the weekend.
The Aussie singer performed a medley of Olivia's biggest hits at a memorial service for the late singer/actress in Melbourne.
Delta began the tribute with Olivia's 1980 song 'Magic,' followed by ‘Physical’, ‘Xanadu’ and ‘You're the One That I Want’ from the smash-hit musical ‘Grease’.
Delta then switched to Olivia's country-influenced 1973 track ‘Let Me Be There’ before changing to Grease's ‘Hopelessly Devoted To You’.
She ended her emotional medley with 1974's I Honestly Love You, asking the crowd to light up Hamer Hall with their phones.
Delta had previously fought back tears while paying her respects to Newton-John outside the stadium before the memorial began.
She said: “It is beautiful to see everybody coming out and... It's beautiful.”
Delta described Olivia as a “light for all of the industry”.
“I'm so happy to see everybody coming together on a day to celebrate someone who touched all our lives.”
She added: “I think that is really what it is. Seeing everybody just come together and being able to honour and celebrate Olivia is incredibly special.
She was a force for good. A force of nature. Strong and kind. My mentor, my friend, my inspiration, someone who always guided me... I love you forever.”
The memorial service comes just six months after Newton-Johnsadly passed back in August 2022 at the age of 73.
"Olivia has been a symbol of triumphs and hopes for over 30 years sharing her journey with breast cancer,” her husband, John Easterling, wrote about her battles.
Olivia is survived by her husband and only daughter, Chloe Lattanzi.