• Tanya Roberts’ rep announced that she is still alive and is currently staying in the hospital 
  • Roberts' rep retracted the death statement released Sunday claiming she died in her husband's arms
  • Lance O'Brien said Roberts didn't have COVID-19, but he wasn't allowed to visit her in the hospital

Former Bond girl Tanya Roberts is still alive despite previous reports claiming she had already passed away.

Roberts, 65, is not dead and her rep, Mike Pingel, confirmed this a day after announcing that she passed away. Pingel retracted the death statement and said Roberts, who starred in the 1985 James Bond film "A View to Kill" opposite Roger Moore, is still in the hospital.

"She was alive at 10 a.m. this morning," Pingel told People Monday. He added that Roberts' partner Lance O'Brien "received a call from the hospital saying she was not dead."

Pingel also gave an update on Roberts' condition. She was hospitalized on Dec. 24 after she collapsed, according to the agent.

"Currently, it's not looking good. It's very dire. Hold her in your prayers," he added.

Roberts' death was reported Sunday after her rep told TMZ the "That ‘70s Show" star had died Sunday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. The rep said she was rushed to the hospital and placed on a ventilator but passed away over the weekend in her husband's arms.

The rep also quoted O'Brien as saying, "As I held her in her last moments, she opened her eyes." Apparently, he thought it was her final moments.

Pingel told TMZ O'Brien got a call from the hospital Monday morning while he was recording an interview with Inside Edition. It was a very emotional call, according to the rep. Pingel also stressed that O’Brien truly thought his wife had passed away.

"Now, you are telling me she’s alive?" O'Brien said mid-interview while breaking down in tears. "The hospital is telling me she is alive. They are calling me from the ICU team."

O'Brien explained that Roberts did not test positive for COVID-19. However, due to the hospital protocols, he was not allowed to visit her at the facility to comfort her until what he thought were her final hours on Sunday.

"When she saw me and I was there, I saw her eyes open up. I felt good. I said, ‘Hey, her eyes are opening. Her eyes are opening.’ They told me that's just a reflex," O'Brien said recalling his last visit to Roberts adding that the hospital staff told him she "had no hope to live."

On Dec. 19, Roberts was still doing well and even spoke with fans during live chats on Facebook. She shared that she had been hiking with her dog and doing workouts at home.

Bond girl and 'That '70s Show' actress Tanya Roberts (pictured with agent Norby Walters in 2006) has died at the age of 65
Bond girl and 'That '70s Show' actress Tanya Roberts (pictured with agent Norby Walters in 2006) has died at the age of 65 Getty Images North America / Stephen Shugerman