Betty White is three months away from turning 100, and fans are doing everything they can to keep America’s sweetheart safe, including demanding safety.
The 99-year-old actress’s birthday is approaching in January, and she’s after a scare last year The trend on Twitter and everyone thought he had passed, hoping to keep him safe.
“Please provide it with national security protection and wrap it securely with foam wrap.” wrote a single fan.
“If we lose #BettyWhite, I’ll crash. Please keep it safe.” wrote another.
“I was told Betty White would turn 100 in January. We all take the holiday as a national holiday,” I think. the fan wrote on twitter.
Just like last year, White did the same trendy On Twitter, it once again caused concern. On Wednesdays and Thursdays, when he saw his name gaining popularity on the show, the false alarm angered people.
“Betty White makes my heart beat faster every time,” said one fan wrote.
Because he is about 100 years old, he is “in good health” and “very careful” during the pandemic, he said earlier this year.
“Golden Girls” actress larger than sliced bread, Told people on his 99th birthday that he always tries to find the bright side of life and that positivity is “more fun than that”.
He continues it with a sense of humor, he said, “don’t take yourself too seriously. You can lie to others – not like I said – but you can’t deceive yourself.
Born in Illinois, California, he began his acting career in 1939, just three months after graduating from Beverly Hills, on an “experimental” show.
Since starting her acting career, White has gone down in history in a variety of ways, including being the first woman to create a sitcom in the 1950s. From the role of Sue Ann Nivens in “Mary Tyler Moore” to Rose Nylund in “Golden Girls,” White stole space from our homes and hearts.
In an interview with The Post, White joked that it was a “storm center.”
“I’m thankful I worked and it starts from the beginning,” he said. “When you start a business, we’re so grateful that you found a job … and you’ll experience that feeling for the rest of your life. At least I have.”