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'I Am So Proud': Olivia Newton-John Praises Daughter Chloe's Dancing With The Stars Debut

The stars weren't just on the dancefloor tonight, with superstar Olivia Newton-John sitting front row to cheer on her daughter Chloe Lattanzi.

In the premiere of the second season, ONJ was there to support Chloe's debut performance as she and dance partner Gustavo wowed the judges with a Foxtrot.

But the judges weren't the only people the pair wowed, with ONJ beaming from the front row.

"I am so proud, I'm so proud and my heart is beating so fast and I'm trying not to cry," she said, telling Chloe she "did a wonderful job -- just gorgeous, just gorgeous".

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Chloe said that performing on 'Dancing With The Stars' was a way to shake herself out of a fear of performing that she had after competing on the MTV series 'Rock the Cradle' where she finished in third place.

"I wanted to be voted off every week because I was so terrified," she said adding, "I feel like it really traumatised me but I miss creativity, I miss music... here I am, I faced my fear and I couldn't be happier!"

Meanwhile, Chloe's partner Gustavo had a bit of a shock when he found out about her famous lineage.

Admitting he thought she looked a little familiar when Chloe revealed who her mum was he was... just a little shocked.

'I Am So Proud': Olivia Newton-John Praises Daugher Chloe's Dancing With The Stars Debut
He was like "Gustav-No way!" Photo: Network 10.

Here's hoping the pair do a 'Grease'-inspired jig soon!

Dancing With The Stars airs Sundays at 7.30 on 10 and 10 Play.