Chloe Lattanzi can’t stop smiling after talking to her idol John Travolta – who famously starred in Grease along with her mother Olivia Newton-John
Chloe Lattanzi has shared her excitement after meeting her childhood idol John Travolta – 43 years after starring in Grease with her mother Olivia Newton-John.
When she posted to Instagram Stories on Wednesday, the 35-year-old couldn’t wipe the smile from her face as she recalled her ‘amazing’ conversation with the Hollywood actor, 67.
“I just talked to John Travolta. It was so long ago [I spoke to him]. God, I think it’s been since I was nine, ”Chloe said breathlessly.
“Dude, he’s cool as s ** t!” Olivia Newton-John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi (left) shared her excitement on Wednesday after talking to her childhood idol John Travolta (right)
And dude, he’s cool as s ** t! Is that an expression? He is great! It was like talking to someone you are on the exact same wavelength with, and yelling at you John, you are amazing. Danny forever! she said, referring to John’s character Danny Zuko in Grease.
She praised the actor for his work in the 1997 hit film Face / Off.
‘But like, of all the movies … in Face / Off, oh my god, great,’ she harbored, before quoting an iconic line from John’s co-star Nicolas Cage.
Praise: ‘He’s great! It was like talking to someone you’re on the exact same wavelength with, and yelling at you John, you’re great, ”Chloe gushed.
Iconic roles: John famously starred alongside Chloe’s mother Olivia Newton-John in the 1978 movie Grease. Pictured: Olivia as ‘Sandy’ and John as ‘Danny’ in Grease
“Peach, I could eat a peach for hours!” Well, that was Nicholas Cage, but I couldn’t think of any of John’s, ”she smiled.
Chloe’s mom Olivia, 71, previously shared similar praise for John.
Speaking to New Idea in 2019, the actress described her connection to John as ‘timeless’, saying, ‘Every time I see him it’s like no time has passed.’
“We just have a connection, he’s a great person,” she added.
‘We need to relax a bit’: It comes after Olivia (pictured) ‘woke up’ online critics who claim Grease has problematic themes including sexism
It comes after Olivia ‘woke up’ online critics who claim Grease contains problematic themes, including sexism.
Speak on the podcast A life of greatnessin February, Olivia labeled the resistance ‘stupid’.
‘The film was made in the 1970s, around the 1950s. It was a play, it’s a musical, it’s fun, it’s a fun movie musical, and not that serious, ‘she said.
‘I think everyone takes everything so seriously. We need to relax a bit and just enjoy things the way they are. I haven’t seen it like that at all, and I think it’s just a fun movie that entertains people, that’s all. ‘
‘I just think it’s a fun movie that entertains people, that’s all’: Olivia encouraged critics not to take Grease ‘so seriously’. Pictured: Olivia and John in Grease