For a moment we all had a great scare. The Internet played us once again with false reports that our favorite TV host, Mario Luis Kreutzberger Blumenfeld, also known as Don Francisco, had died. Many social media users began to post messages expressing their condolences and grief Monday night over the passing of such an iconic figure of Hispanic TV in the United States. However, his team in charge of managing the "Sábado Gigante" Facebook account, denied the rumors and even posted pictures of the legendary host getting ready for a show, then another one having dinner, and a third one of Don Francisco getting ready to go out for a jog, stating that he's very healthy.

"Given the false rumors about Don Francisco's heath condition that have made their rounds on social media, we would like to deny them and add that he's more than fine, shooting his show and getting ready to travel to Las Vegas, where he will be recognized by the Latin Grammy Council. He would like to take this opportunity and thank everyone who has been concerned and has sent messages. He also invites you all to watch the 14th Latin Grammy Awards this Thursday, Nov. 21 at 8/7 Central on Univision. He wishes you all a good night, and sends this picture taken this afternoon with his French stylist Antoine Marie," said the caption of the first picture that denied the rumors.

His team, later posted this message along with the second photo: "For those of you who insist with the false rumors surrounding Don Francisco, here we see him happy, just now, getting ready to have dinner. He sends a big hug and wishes for you to have a good night." The third image, posted today, shows a happy Don Francisco, all in white, ready for his morning exercise. "Don Francisco shares his morning physical activity. 'Heath is sports. How great you feel after a little bit of exercise.' Big shout out to everyone and best wishes for this Tuesday, Nov. 19," read the caption. Don Francisco will be awarded the 2013 Latin Recording Academy Trustees Award in a ceremony that will take place on Wednesday, prior to the Latin Grammys show.