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Chloe Lattanzi Talks To Media About How Fame Messes You Up

Chloe Lattanzi who has been speaking out about her battle with her addictions however can’t seem to see the irony in talking about how “fame messes you up” to the media.

Chloe who is Olivia Newton-John’s daughter also was on the reality show Rock The Cradle in her quest to build her singing career. She did not appear to be in a good head space when she was on the show and the good news in in 2012 she went to rehab after admitting to having a problem with Xanax, alcohol and cocaine.

The Daily Telegraph reports:

The Australian singer and actor’s 27-year-old daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, said she ­recently had intensive rehab to kick a reliance on cocaine and vodka, and treat spiralling ­depression.

“I was at a hotel in Santa Monica with my mum and some friends, and out of nowhere I had a complete meltdown. I’d been mixing alcohol and Xanax, and was in a semi-psychotic state,” Lattanzi told UK newspaper the Mail on Sunday about an episode in September 2012.

“Fame totally messes you up. I don’t blame my mother for my problems, but I would never want to be famous or raise a child of my own around the cult of celebrity.

“It ruins lives.

“If there’s one thing I’ve learned, it is that you can’t be fragile in this business, or else you end up like Lindsay Lohan.

“That’s not meant as an ­insult. I know she – and a lot of celebrities and celebrities’ kids – are struggling with ­demons and addictions. It’s disturbing that everyone wants to be famous these days.

“Our culture is sick.”
Here she is singing on Rock The Cradle

Hopefully she is getting stronger, however if she thinks fame messes you up she should not be bothered talking to the media. She has also talked to Woman’s Day about this in the past few months. Keeping your name in the papers continues your “fame”.  Go out get a normal job or go to University and live a normal life that might keep her on the straight and narrow. Just saying.

November 18, 2013   2 Comments

Chloe Lattanzi Needs To Get A Real Job

Olivia Newton-John needs to stop her daughter Chloe Lattanzi’s trust fund, and tell her to go get a real job. It is time to give up her dream to make it in the entertainment industry.

Anyone who saw Chloe’s performances on reality show Rock The Cradle (go here to see blog post and video on that bit of fuckery) will have concerns about her mental health.

Chloe in the past has battled anorexia nervosa, and clearly has body image issues as for such a young girl she looks like a lot of cosmetic surgery has been done. Which I think is sad. She looks more like Jocelyn Wildenstein then our Liv’s daughter (see pics of her below).


Her latest bid for attention/publicity/fame is a video clip that has sparked controversy as it shows images of self harm, and suicidal images. This has of course sparked an international outcry, about whether it is appropriate, which has of course sparked masses of publicity. And yes I know people in glass houses etc….

Personally I only got through 30 seconds of the clip before I  clicked it off, as the music is bad and the video overwrought.

I have put it up here, but if you are under 18 you can’t watch it. However it might be educational for parents to sit with their kids to watch, and tell them this is why you need to study hard and go to University. Also to seek help if they are feeling that desperate about their life.

I know mental health is no joke, and people need to seek help and they should, and I feel sorry for Chloe, but she needs to find a new path. Her parents need to help her with this, as you know it is only a matter of time before she is on Celebrity Rehab, and any regular viewer of that show will know it is always the parents fault when they are chatting in therapy.

Australian parent groups are up in arms about it according to Contact Music. These groups have just ensured instead of three watching this crapastic song, about 100,000 will.

July 27, 2011   8 Comments

Chloe Lattanzi sings "Toxic" Another Mesmerising Performance On Rock The Cradle

Matt Lattanzi really got done over in his divorce from Olivia Newton-John as he is now living in a Tepee. However he has retained some Australian culture from his time of marriage with Our ‘Liv as he plays the didgeridoo.

He has aged well his pretty boy looks now settling into a more rugged look. However there must be a bald patch as the head was covered at all time. Both he and Olivia were in the audience for their child’s performance of Toxic also sung by Brittany Spears. Clearly Chloe and Olivia share the same plastic surgeon.

The performance which can been seen here shows the usual Chloe Lattanzi spectrum of emotions. She appears slightly unstable I know you cannot blame the parents for everything, however if Olivia decides to front a parenting show I am going to start a picket line at that studio.

May 3, 2008   Comments Off on Chloe Lattanzi sings "Toxic" Another Mesmerising Performance On Rock The Cradle

Chloe Lattanzi the Hand That Rocks The Cradle

Olivia Newton-John’s daughter, Chloe Lattanzi is on a reality tv show in the US called Rock The Cradle. This show has children of stars competing against each other in a singing competition.

Chloe who has been desperately been seeking fame since she was about sixteen must have decided this was a perfect vehicle to try and relaunch her singing career after her hopefully successful battle with anorexia nervosa.

This week on the show she sang a her mothers song “I Honestly Love You” with some sort of horror gothic twist. Bizarre was one word to describe it, as is all the plastic surgery this young girl has had, clearly she is wanting mutilate her body in another way.

I know it must not have been easy to grow up in our “Livvy’s” house, gees a boyfriend of hers allegedly threw himself off a fishing boat and swam to Mexico to get away for chrissakes.

By the way Chole’s voice wasn’t too bad, and I hope some Australian station buys the show to air. Maybe Channel 9 can as they are cancelling reality TV shows all over the place.

Link to article with the video of the song

April 19, 2008   3 Comments