America's 'Golden Girl'! 10 Times Betty White Was Totally Relatable
Entertainment icon Betty White has sadly passed away at age 99, mere weeks before her 100th birthday.
White was a pioneer in American television. She was recognized as the first woman to produce a sitcom, Life with Elizabeth. She was known for her award-winning roles on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and, of course, as the lovable goof, Rose Nylund, on The Golden Girls.
The TV legend was dubbed "the first lady of game shows" and became the first woman to receive an Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host in 1983 for the show Just Men!.
White accomplished so much in her lifetime and was beloved by millions of people around the world. Yet, she remained so humble and outright hilarious. From her love of gummy bears, vodka and roasting her friends, the trailblazer was someone we all wanted to sit down and have a drink with.
OK! takes a look at 10 times the TV and film star was totally relatable.
She Was A Work Wh**e
She said it herself. White made us LOL when talking to late-night host George Lopez. The actress said she loves to stay busy and called herself a "work wh**e," in that she doesn't turn down jobs.
She Dragged Her Friends
White completely roasted her friend, 'The Proposal' costar Sandra Bullock, when accepting her SAG Lifetime Achievement Award.
She Loved To Drink
White loves to throw down some vodka. "Nothing better than sharing a drink with a fan — if you see me out at the club, just tell the bartender to put it on my tab #DrinksAreOnMe," she tweeted in 2016.
She Associated Marijuana With Brownies
You must watch this iconic moment from the classic game show, '$25,000 Pyramid,' where she reacts to a woman describing "things in a bakery."
She Loved Gummy Bears, Vodka & Pizza
Actress Jennifer Love Hewitt hilariously describes a night out on the town with White, during which they got a little tipsy together and ate gummy bears.
She Loved Animals
For nearly 50 years, White has served as a trustee of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association. Her love of all animals shines through in her activism.
She Wasn't Afraid To Speak Her Mind
In this hilarious clip, she roasts her friend Ryan Reynolds and his film, 'Deadpool,' giving the film a review of "4 Golden Girls."
She Forgot People’s Names, Too
When talking with late-night host David Letterman, White revealed that she's met so many famous people that she doesn't remember who they are.
She Was A Cougar
While appearing on 'SNL,' White didn't waste any opportunity to make out with the hunky Bradley Cooper. A must watch!
She Could Rap
The TV legend raps with Electro artist Luciana in her wildly entertaining music video for, "I'm Still Hot," with a portion of the proceeds from downloads going to the Los Angeles Zoo.