At the height of her fame in the Seventies, Olivia Newton-John won over an army of male fans with her clean-cut, wholesome good looks.
Despite turning 60 last September, the Australian singer appears to have defied the regular ageing process must of us succumb to.
The Grease star looked stunning as she launched a Valentine's breast cancer campaign in Cambridge last week.
Dressed in a grey tweed dress suit, with her trademark blonde hair flowing down over her shoulders, Olivia looked decades younger than many Sexagenarian.
Speaking about the ageing process, Olivia said: 'Genetically, I'm like my mum and she looked great right up until her death in 1989.
'But I think the real secret is that I am very, very happy. I have a wonderful new husband and we're very compatible.'
Joining Olivia in Cambridge was her new husband John Easterling.
After a low-key courtship, the couple married in Peru in June last year, and didn't announce their marriage to friends until a month later.
Their wedding came three years after her long-term love John McDermott went missing on a fishing trip off the California coast.
The launch marked a special trip for Olivia, who spend her early years in Cambridge before moving to Australia and battled breast cancer herself in the early Nineties.
Recalling her battle with the disease at the hospital last week, Olivia said: 'It's everyone's nightmare to hear that you have cancer but I got through it and I think a positive attitude is extremely important to recovery, and believing that you can be well.
'I hope it helps other women to see that I am OK.'
Olivia's age-defying looks helped her secure the role of Sandy Olsen in Grease in 1978.
Despite being 30 at the time and six years older than her on-screen love interest John Travolta, Olivia was cast as 17-year-old Sandy.