Betty White Dies at Age 99


National Treasure and a self-proclaimed “lucky old broad,” Betty White, died Friday, December 31 just mere weeks before her 100th birthday, in January. This news was not taken well by Hollywood and fans alike.

Star of shows “Golden Girls,” “Hot in Cleveland,” and “Boston Legal,” and countless movies, Betty White was a living legend.

Per CNN, White was honored by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s longest television female entertainer. She also held the record for the oldest host for “Saturday Night Live.”

Betty White was also a staple on radio early in her career.

White was the recipient of many awards including two Emmys for “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and one for “The Golden Girls.”

In a recent interview, White credited her long life to vodka and hot dogs according to Taste of Home.

Ryan Reynolds, who starred along White in the movie, The Proposal, tweeted (per Variety):

Photo credit: Variety

With the loss of Betty White, Hollywood feels shaken. Betty White is sure to be remembered fondly for her massive contribution to the world of entertainment.



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