Chloe Lattanzi, Olivia Newton-John

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UPDATE: Chloe Lattanzi is responding to haters of her recent red carpet look. 

"Got my first negative comment calling me a trashy no talent slut. And I almost forgot that there are really weird hateful people out there!" she wrote on Instagram. "So just know I love you and value your comments. Success and happiness is a magnet for jealousy and hate." 

She added, "If u are a sicko that's gonna hate your comment will be deleted right away and not seen by me. So don't waste your abundant free time." 

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When in Vegas...

Olivia Newton-John and her 29-year-old daughter Chloe Lattanzi celebrated the 35th anniversary of the film Xanadu as well as the premiere of their music video for the song "You Have to Believe," a remix of Newton-John's 1980 hit, "Magic," on Saturday at Share Nightclub in Sin City. 

The mother-daughter duo was all smiles as the two posed for pics together on the red carpet before later taking snaps with their significant others, including Newton-John's husband John Easterling and Lattanzi's fiancé James Driskell

Lattanzi left little to the imagination in a very revealing ensemble that consisted of a bondage mini-skirt and matching bustier crop top. She wore her long blond hair down in soft curls and teamed her sexy look with sky-high nude sandals.  

READ: A look back at Olivia Newton-John's highs and lows

"Tonight was amazing! Thank you so much share nightclub! And all who came out to support me and mama! I love you! #vegas #pop #celebs #redcarpet," the singer captioned a pic from the event. 

"Me and da crew @talkgirltv @darshanaruffman work hard play hard baby's" she wrote of another pic with her pals. 

Lattanzi has clearly grown up since we saw her as a teen attending events with her mother, and her days of braces and brunette hair are evidently long gone.

Chloe Lattanzi, Olivia Newton-John

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The singer has also made headlines in the past for her struggles with substance abuse as well as her battle with anorexia. 

"I suffered from anorexia and that has been the darkest time in my life and I used music to express it and get through it," she said in an interview back in 2008.

Glad to see she's doing well! 

 

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