Britney Spears is, reportedly, in danger of going bald. Because of this, the singer may be forced to wear a wig for the rest of her life.

Tabloid Globe, recently, published a story about the “Toxic” singer claiming that she has been using too much hair dye. An unnamed source told the tabloid that Spears’ hair has been abused for years and if she’s not careful, she could go bald very soon.

The tabloid created the phony claim after Spears was photographed with her blonde hair which she changed to brunette just weeks later. The unnamed source went as far as describing the singer’s hair as “fried, tangled, and messy.”

The source also gave the singer a piece of advice by saying that she should ditch the hairdryer so that her hair could restore its condition. Additionally, the tipster encouraged Spears to choose one hair color and stick with it.

In 2007, Spears shaved all of her hair off and said that this could happen again. But instead of shaving the singer’s head, her hair could just naturally fall off because of abuse.

However, it is important to note that Spears shaved her hair off over a decade ago for an entirely different reason. According to Reuters, the singer was worried that her hair will be used to test her drug use and it may be used against her in her custody battle against her ex-husband.

“Britney was involved in a wicked child custody battle,” Sam Lutfi, Spears’ manager, said. “She told me someone had told her that they can scientifically test her hair for a history of drug use so she shaved it off,” he added.

Meanwhile, the rumor-debunking site, Gossip Cop, said that Spears is not in danger of losing all of her hair. The publication quoted Dermatology Times as saying that the use of hair dye does not inhibit hair growth. However, it may cause hair loss by damaging the hair that is treated with color.

“Hair beneath the scalp that has not yet emerged cannot be reached by hair dye and thus hair dye cannot fundamentally cause hair loss,” the website explained. As such, the tabloid’s claims are categorically incorrect.

Britney Spears Singer Britney Spears attends the announcement of her new residency, 'Britney: Domination' at Park MGM on October 18, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Gabe Ginsberg/FilmMagic/Getty Images