America's Sweetheart Turns 90 In Style
From Golden Girls to Saturday Night Live and the Super Bowl, Betty White won the hearts of millions.
In case you've been living under a rock for the past 70 years, Betty White is one fabulous lady. With a career that spans seven decades and includes 20 Emmy nominations plus 5 Emmy wins, she is proof that age ain't nothing but a number.
The Hot in Cleveland star and former Golden Girl was honored in a special that aired last night on NBC and included tributes from Mary Tyler Moore, Carol Burnett, Amy Poehler, William Shatner, Valerie Bertinelli and even President Barack Obama.
Not a bad way to celebrate your birthday, Betty! As you join the nonagenarian club, we have a few suggestions of our own on how to keep the party going into the next decade.
Take a trip. Maybe visit St. Olaf, Minnesota and indulge your inner Rose?
Release a rap album. Based on the success of your collaboration with artist Luciana on "I'm Still Hot," we're sure you'd go platinum.
Host Saturday Night Live… again. You're already the oldest host in the show's history, so why not break your own record and dazzle us with your comedic timing once more?
Date a much younger man. Betty was saucy during her run on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and we'd love to see her make an appearance again soon. We hear Ashton Kutcher is single!
What would you like to see Betty do this year? Sound off in the comment section below.
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