Olivia Newton-John’s niece Tottie Goldsmith looks dejected as she leaves Melbourne

Olivia Newton-John’s niece Tottie Goldsmith looks dejected as she leaves Melbourne

Tottie Goldsmith looked pale and strained as she stepped out in Melbourne on Tuesday, after breaking down the night before during an interview with A Current Affair over the death of her beloved aunt Olivia Newton-John.

A dejected Tottie, 59, was spotted visiting a beauty clinic in Melbourne on Wednesday.

Tottie looked deep in thought, her eyes on the sidewalk in front of her.

Olivia Newton-John’s niece Tottie Goldsmith (pictured) looked dejected as she stepped out in Melbourne after breaking down over the Grease star’s death

The Australian actress wore black jeans, a matching coat and black boots as she walked from her car to the clinic.

It comes after Tottie broke down in tears during an interview with ACA on Tuesday as she opened up about her aunt Olivia’s final days.

The legendary Grease star died peacefully Monday at the age of 73 at her home in Southern California surrounded by family and friends.

Tottie revealed that Olivia’s health had deteriorated in the days leading up to her death after decades of battling breast cancer and was “really thin and unwell” in the days leading up to her death.

Tottie put on a brave face and, understandably, looked dejected as she visited a beauty clinic in Melbourne

Tottie put on a brave face and, understandably, looked dejected as she visited a beauty clinic in Melbourne

The Australian actress wore black jeans, a matching coat and black boots as she walked from her car to the clinic

The Australian actress wore black jeans, a matching coat and black boots as she walked from her car to the clinic

“It’s not a shock, we know how ill she’s been, especially for the past five days,” she told host Tracy Grimshaw of her death.

Tottie then revealed her heartbreaking final moments with Olivia, continuing: “I couldn’t get to America in time and wanted to say goodbye so I asked [her husband John] if he could put the phone to her ear… But he put me on FaceTime so I managed to see her.

“I told her everything I had to say,” Tottie went on. “She left us… but I feel like she understood.”

Tottie looked deep in thought, her eyes on the sidewalk in front of her

Tottie looked deep in thought, her eyes on the sidewalk in front of her

It comes after Tottie broke down in tears during an interview with A Current Affair on Tuesday as she opened up about her aunt Olivia Newton-John's final days

It comes after Tottie broke down in tears during an interview with A Current Affair on Tuesday as she opened up about her aunt Olivia Newton-John’s final days

Tottie continued to reflect on Olivia’s decades-long battle with cancer.

“There was one day at the Olivia Newtown John Center and she was very thin and sick and I said to her, ‘Are you scared of dying?’ And she said, ‘Plonker, I’m not scared. I’ve done more in my life than I could ever have imagined.

“She’s been dealing with a lot of pain and it’s been a tough road,” Tottie added.

“It wasn’t just the cancer that got her. It was other complications and being in a hospital with a very vulnerable immune system.

Tottie revealed that Olivia's health had deteriorated in the days leading up to her death after decades of battling breast cancer and was

Tottie revealed that Olivia’s health had deteriorated in the days leading up to her death after decades of battling breast cancer and was “really thin and unwell” in the days leading up to her death

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“It’s not a shock, we know how ill she’s been, especially for the past five days,” she told host Tracy Grimshaw of her death

Tottie broke down when asked what Olivia is most proud of in life.

Without skipping a beat, she replied “Chloe,” referring to the daughter she shares with ex-husband Matt Lattanzi.

“She loved this girl so much. Chloe makes it really hard but she was amazing.’

At the end of the interview, Tottie said her family would accept Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews’ offer of a state funeral to celebrate Olivia’s extraordinary life and legacy.

Tottie is best known for her role in the pop group Chantoozies, which thrived in the late 1980s and early 1990s with their songs “Witch Queen,” “He’s Gonna Step On You Again,” “Wanna Be Up,” and “Love the One You.” ‘re With” had hits.

Her father Brian Goldsmith, a prominent Melbourne nightclub owner and restaurateur, died in 2020. Her mother is Olivia’s sister Rona.

Tottie appeared with her aunt at G’day USA in LA in 2020 – where Olivia spoke openly about beating her cancer

Tottie burst into tears when asked what Olivia is most proud of in life.  Without skipping a beat, she replied

Tottie burst into tears when asked what Olivia is most proud of in life. Without skipping a beat, she replied “Chloe,” referring to the daughter she shares with ex-husband Matt Lattanzi