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Olivia Newton-John wants to sing your song


Ever dreamed of having a legendary singer and actress perform a song you wrote on national television? Well, now's your chance. Kaleidoscope, a television special to raise awareness about cancer in women, will include a contest to find a song written by a cancer survivor that will be performed by Olivia Newton-John. The program will air on Thanksgiving Day on Fox. Who knew football would ever segue to a cancer special?Newton-John, a breast cancer survivor, and two-time survivor Mike Burg, of Edge Health, made the announcement during a press briefing on Sunday morning at ASCO's annual meeting. I'm working on getting more details on the event and how you can submit lyrics for the contest, so stay tuned.

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