Betty White To Film 100th Birthday Celebration, Documentary Set To Feature Tina Fey, Ryan Reynolds, & James Corden
One of America's most beloved actresses is celebrating her birthday in a big way!
Betty White, 99, —who will be turning 100 on January 17, — will be having a huge bash that is set to be filmed for an upcoming documentary entitled Betty White: 100 Years Young - A Birthday Celebration.
The comedy legend's guest list is already shaping up to make the party a star studded event. Ryan Reynolds, Tina Fey, James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel and Jennifer Love Hewitt will all be on hand to make White's day extra special.
'Who doesn't love a party?!? This one is gonna be GREAT!" The Golden Girls actress excitedly told CNN.
The film — created by Steve Boettcher and Mike Trinklein — will focus on White's daily life including behind-the-scenes on sets, how she interacts with her office employees, entertaining at home in California, her work as an animal rights activist, and she will even take viewers to her actual birthday party.
Along with detailing what antics go down at the celebrity-filled event, the documentary will honor The Mary Tyler Moore Show star's achievements of being the first woman to produce a national TV show, and the first woman to receive an Emmy nomination.
Birthdays are always a big to-do every year for White. As OK! previously reported, during The Proposal star's 99th birthday, the partying was much more low key due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
“What am I doing for my birthday? Running a mile each morning has been curtailed by COVID, so I am working on getting The Pet Set rereleased, and feeding the two ducks who come to visit me every day," she told Entertainment Tonight about her last birthday.
This larger than life party is a few years in the making with a source exclusively telling OK! in 2020 that her pals have been wanting to throw her the biggest bash possible. "Betty's done so much in her life, and all with a smile," said an insider. "She's an inspiration for everyone around her — she refuses to get down and keeps everyone on their toes. Her friends and loved ones are ready to raise their glasses to celebrate her great life."