Olivia Newton-John's family breaks silence on "distressing rumour"

Olivia Newton John 'Has Weeks To Live', According To Report

Olivia Newton-John's manager denies rumours she's close to dying

A representative for the "Grease" star told People the reports were "ridiculous" and "crap".

Friends, family and Olivia Newton-John herself have rubbished rumours the star has just "weeks" to live, after a U.S. tabloid report was picked up by local news outlets on Wednesday.

"Happy New Year, everyone!" she said with a smile.

She said the treatment was going "really well" and that she was optimistic. "We have stated over and over again publicly she's feeling better", Slovacek told Australia's Herald Sun newspaper.

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Newton-John remains a vocal advocate for cancer research, and is the namesake of Melbourne's own Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre.

In a video posted to her social media account on Wednesday, the 70-year-old Grease actress - who announced in 2017 she'd been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer that has spread to her back - borrowed the words of Mark Twain and explained that the recent claims were merely "greatly exaggerated" rumors. "I'd be lying if I said I never go there", she added. "Losing third fight with cancer; going home to die on her ranch".

Last September she told Australian media that she had chose to treat the cancer with "modern" medicine and natural remedies, as well as eliminating sugar and taking cannabis oil for pain.

In December 2017, six months after her latest cancer diagnosis, she told Sunrise she had been able to continue touring despite her illness and was remaining positive.

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"I'm very lucky that I live in a state where it's legal and that I have a husband that is a plant-medicine man". It's hard to say, they help with pain. A second occurrence in 2013, that time in her shoulder, was kept a secret from the world. "I'm still treating it and I'm treating it naturally and doing really well".

"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.

Tottie Goldsmith, Newton-John's niece, also shared a photo affirming Australian champ's wellbeing.

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