You have got to love this woman. Betty White is turning 90 this month, and NBC is planning a 90 minute birthday celebration to air January 16th. The veteran actress also has other projects in the works on top of her current Hot In Cleveland show.
In a new Reuters/Ipsos survey, octogenarian and veteran ‘Golden Girls’ star Betty White was voted the most popular and trusted celebrity, with 86 percent of the 2,200 US adults polled giving her a favorable rating. Denzel Washington and Sandra Bullock were not far behind, coming in second and third with 85 percent and 84 percent, respectively.
Are you looking to live a long and healthy life? If so, you might want to take some advice from Betty White, who, at age 89, is still going strong.
Last night, the Emmy-winning TV legend appeared on 'The Late Show With David Letterman,' during which she revealed her own tips on how to make it to your golden years.
Though their chemistry on 'The Golden Girls' was Emmy-worthy, Betty White is now claiming that co-star Bea Arthur wasn't a big fan of hers.
"Bea was not that fond of me," White told Joy Behar on a recent episode of 'The Joy Behar Show.' "I don't know what I ever did, I don't know. But she was not that thrilled with me."
"But I loved Bea," she added, "I admired he
At age 89, Betty White isn't showing any signs of slowing down just yet.
About a year after she famously hosted 'Saturday Night Live,' the multiple Emmy-winning TV star will return to NBC for a new hidden-camera show, tentatively titled 'Betty White’s Off Their Rockers,' in which senior citizens "make it their mission to play pranks on unsuspecting younger people...