Leeza Gibbons, the longtime correspondent and co-host of Entertainment Tonight, is among the many loved ones mourning the loss of Olivia Newton-John, who died on Monday at the age of 73.And as Gibbons still grapples with the loss of the Grease star, whom she considered among her best and dearest friends for more than 30 years, she is now sharing the very last communication she had with her just before her passing.'Her last text to me was, "I'm grateful for all the love in my life.
I'm such a lucky person,"' Gibbons revealed during an interview with People. Last words from dear friend: Leeza Gibbons, 65, shared the very last communication she had with her deal friend Olivia Newton-John, who died on Monday at the age of 73 after being diagnosed with breast cancer three timesGibbons, 65, went on to share how even in the face of cancer, Newton-John never lost her 'grace and goodness'. 'No artifice, no affectation, just an authentic, beautiful and unending source of generosity and love.
There will never be another like her — a true angel on Earth.' she said of her friend, before sharing how the Physical singer had the ability to change lives. 'Not just an iconic artist, but a humanitarian and game-changing voice for empowering women to show up for themselves.Read more on dailymail.co.uk