In response to the stories that she is at death's door, Olivia Newton-John has appeared in a video to put the rumours to rest.
Olivia Newton-John's manager has blasted reports that the "Grease" icon is "clinging on to life" in her latest battle with cancer.
The 70-year-old entertainer posted a clip on her official Facebook and Twitter fan pages on Thursday, just 24 hours after rumours spread that her battle with breast cancer was nearing a tragic end. Here's to a wonderful 2019!
"I'm doing great, and I want to wish all of you the happiest, healthiest 2019 that's possible", she said in the cheery video.
Recent media reports out of the United States claimed Newton-John was so unwell that she only had "weeks" to live.But the 70-year-old star on Thursday moved to assure fans that the reports are false.
"You might want to get better sources versus reading tabloids", Caprio told Australian outlet News.com.au.
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Her first experience with the illness led her to start the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute near Melbourne which since claims to be the "leader in the development of immunotherapies, targeted therapeutics and personalised cancer medicine".
Nevertheless, US rep Michael Caprio said the reports were "hilarious" and her social media manager Randy Slovacek told The Herald Sun newspaper that Olivia was "feeling better". "A sick rumor", Goldsmith told Channel 7. Newton-John said: "I believe I will win over it".
The star's niece, TV personality Tottie Goldsmith, had already posted to Instagram overnight to deny the claims. In 2017, she revealed a new tumour had developed in her spine.
"I'm one of millions in this fight.in this journey", she said.
She was diagnosed with breast cancer again in 2013.