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Chloe Lattanzi
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    (January 17, 1986- )
    Born in Los Angeles, California
    Daughter of Olivia Newton John and Matt Lattanzi
    Debut album is ‘pain’ (2016, all lowercase)
    Singles include ‘Wings and a Gun,’ ‘Play with Me,’ ‘You Have to Believe’ (with Dave Aude), and ‘Magic (2015)’
    Appeared on ‘Rock the Cradle’ (MTV, 2008, finished third)
    Her parents’ divorce, and the ensuing magazine articles and feedback, had a significant effect on her weight — in both directions.
    Starting in her teen years, she blew more than half a million dollars on plastic surgery – especially around the lips and breasts – that she later described as mutilation.
    She planned to film her own reality music show, but nothing ever came of it.
    She made a cameo appearance on the ill-fated Australian soap ‘Paradise Beach.’
    Nine hours after her vow to quit all of her social media accounts – while her mother was battling her own cancer – she was posting away on Instagram.
    She moved to Oregon with her then-fiancé to start a medicinal marijuana farm, which she had previously joked about owning.
    She has a standard middle name that won’t raise many eyebrows (Rose).
    She remained true to her mother’s Australian roots by appearing in, among other things, a Melbourne stage production of ‘Hair.’
    Though she doesn’t have a particularly strong musical resume herself, she did contribute to her mother’s hallmark album ‘Stronger Than Before’ (writing ‘Can I Trust Your Arms’ with her).
    When her breast surgery was fixed, she became a 32 DD.
    She assisted in the re-creation of her mother’s chart-topping 1980 single (from ‘Xanadu,’ which mom credits with her birth).
    ‘I don't blame my mother for my problems, but I would never want to be famous or raise a child around the cult of celebrity.’

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