Living legend Olivia Newton-John has issued a statement refuting tabloid rumours that she has weeks left to live, telling her fans that "the rumours of my death have been greatly exaggerated".
Goldsmith wrote: "Just giving you the heads up that Livvy is in good health, so let's leave that distressing rumor where it belongs".
News site radaronline.com reports Newton-John is determined to survive long enough to see her only child Chloe Lattanzi marry her partner James Driskill.
She said the treatment was going "really well" and that she was optimistic.
Battler: In May 2017, Olivia was diagnosed with breast cancer for a third time, more than 20 years after her first diagnosis.
Appearing in a short video posted on social media, the Australian music and screen icon wished fans a happy new year, and said reports of her imminent death were off the mark.
Explaining why she didn't reveal her second battle, she said: 'I thought, "It's my life", and I just made a decision to keep it to myself'. The finding came just months after her sister, Rona, died from brain cancer.
In 2017, she made a decision to go public with her third battle and spoke of her mix of treatments - radiation as well as more natural remedies, as well as cannabis oil.
The Grease star was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2017 and also has a tumour in the base of her spine. But my husband's always there, and he's there to support me.
"My dream is that, in Australia soon, it will be available to all the cancer patients and people going through cancer that causes pain". In 2013, doctors discovered a malignant tumor in her shoulder, which forced her to postpone North American tour.
In a later appearance on Channel 7's Sunrise, Newton-John said she was keeping positive. "I'm treating it naturally and doing really well".
Her niece, Tottie Goldsmith also took to social media to say her aunt Olivia was doing fine.
And she was not the only one to deny the rumors!