Olivia Newton-John’s Niece Blasts Reports The Singer Is On Her Deathbed

Olivia Newton-John’s Niece Blasts Reports The Singer Is On Her Deathbed

After her cancer returned for the third time, one report claimed that she only has weeks to live as her body is 'shutting down!'

Olivia Newton-John has released a cheeky video message for her anxious fans addressing worldwide reports that she is at death's door.

The caption next to the post read, "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.

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"You can rest assured she [Olivia Newton-John] is going nowhere and in really good health".

Now, Tottie Goldsmith, Olivia's niece, took to social media earlier today to set things straight as far as her cancer battle is concerned.

Her initial battle inspired her to open the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute, which works to find breakthroughs and treatments. Speaking about her decision to keep it from the press at the time, she said: "I thought, "It's my life", and I just chose to keep it to myself". She was again diagnosed with cancer in 2013, and received treatment for a malignant tumour in her shoulder.

In 2017, she chose 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.

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After first being diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992, the Aussie actress underwent chemotherapy and a double mastectomy. "They help with pain, they help with sleep".

The Grease star and four-time Grammy victor posted the video on her Facebook and Twitter accounts.

"In California it's legal to grow a certain amount of plants for your own medicinal purposes".

"I do all the things that I should be doing on a regular basis but I like to support other people because I've been there before and I am still here", she said. There are moments, I'm human.

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Explaining why she chose not to go public with her second diagnosis, Olivia said past year: 'I thought, "It's my life", and I just made a decision to keep it to myself'. Then in 2013, doctors found a tumor in her shoulder after her vehicle accident.

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