Friends, family and Olivia Newton-John even have rumored rumors, the star has just "weeks" to live after a US tabloid report was picked up by local news stores on Wednesday.
Thursday morning, Newton-John shared a New Year's announcement with fans via his Facebook page.
"The smokers of my death have been heavily exaggerated to quote a very famous quote," Newton-John said in the short cut.
American tabloid site Radar Online had claimed that the 70-year-old was "dressed in life" in the midst of her latest cancer stroke and hoped that she would live long enough to see her daughter Chloe Lattanzi's James Driskill in 2019.
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The star's niece, television personality Tottie Goldsmith, had already sent to Instagram overnight to deny the allegations.
"Just giving you heads up that Livvy is in good health, let's leave the disturbing rumor where it belongs," she wrote.
Radar, citing named sources close to Newton-John, said that the fat star's "body functions seem to shut down" and claimed that the singers told friends that she would "go on their own terms in our home and in my bed – but not before Chloe says & # 39; I & # 39;
The article also contained speculation from a "long-lived expert" on Newton-John's condition, commenting: "She will definitely die!"
December 26th article was retrieved by Australian media, including seven and nine news, Wednesday, sparking an annihilation of local fans.
But those who are close to the singer have denied the requirements.
In a New Year's Facebook post, Newton-John's social media manager Randy Slovacek also said the singer was "better".
"If you see some negative tabloid stuff, don't write it here. None of that is true, and the negativity isn't healthy," he added.
Newton-John revealed in May 2017 that her breast cancer was metastasized, 25 years after she was first diagnosed, and canceled tour dates when she sought treatment.
In August, her manager Michael Caprio was forced to deny that the singer's health had deteriorated after two scheduled talks with Ray Martin in Sydney and Melbourne was suddenly canceled.
In September, the star told seven Sunday evening that she treated the cancer "of course and does it really well".
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