Titled "Actress Betty White, 92, Dyes Peacefully In Her Los Angeles Home," the satirical news site Empire News wrote that the 92-year-old actress's manager Jeff Witjas said White is "a solitary kind of person" and she "has been dying her own hair in her home for decades."
The satire news also claimed White has often told Witjas "feels it is relaxing and soothing to dye her own hair, peacefully in her home, where she can laugh and enjoy time with her animals," and "as a blonde, she has had 'more fun' in her roles, and in life."
Witjas immediately clarified that White is still alive and healthy.
"She is on the set shooting 'Hot in Cleveland' right now," Witjas told Los Angeles Times.
Meanwhile, for the second quarter of 2014, White has ranked number one on the InterMedia Entertainment Star Index, which captures and tracks "rapidly-shifting public sentiment concerning celebrities in a media- and celebrity-obsessed society," UPI reported.
"Betty White's staying power is a marvel of the entertainment business; she has proven herself to be a highly-effective celebrity spokesperson, one whose sense of humor and disarming charm seem to only strengthen her trustworthiness and influence with people of both genders and all ages," InterMedia Entertainment president Rob Levy said.
Aside from "Hot In Cleveland," White also stars on "Betty White's Off Their Rockers."
White rose to fame after playing lead roles on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" in the 1970s and "The Golden Girls" from the 1980s to the early 1990s.
In 2013, White was declared by the Guinness World Records as the female entertainer with the longest television career.
In her decades of television career, White won two Viewers for Quality Television Awards, three American Comedy Awards and six Emmy Awards.
During the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, White was nominated as Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program for "Betty White's Off Their Rockers" but lost to Jane Lynch for "Hollywood Game Night."