Los Angeles: John Travolta has reunited with his leading lady Olivia Newton-John nearly 35 years after their smash hit `Grease` for a Christmas video.
They will be seen in the new music video, `I Think You Might Like It`, which has taken inspiration from the 1978 musical film which had both star as high school students, reported Us Magazine.
"We`re driving in a `55 T-Bird and we`re dressed kind of like we were then... At the end of the video we are going off in the car like we did in Grease," Newton-John, 64, said.
Joined by music heavyweights like Barbra Streisand and Tony Bennett on their new album, `This Christmas`, released in November, Travolta said collaborating for their latest project was a no-brainer.
"We were friends for all this time, and I think that speaks for itself. There`s nothing more magical than feeling bonded together," he said.
All proceeds from their album sales will go to The Jett Travolta Foundation - in memory of Travolta and Kelly Preston`s son, who died in 2009 at age 16 -- and the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre in Melbourne, Australia.
"Every time I heard [our guest vocalists`] voices with our voices I cried. Their sentiment toward my son and toward Olivia`s hospital - the whole thing meant so much to me," said Travolta.