Speaking as a devout Golden Girls fan, I was heartbroken to learn of Ms. White’s passing just before the new year but also found great comfort in knowing that everyone’s four favorite mature women from Miami were back together again, sharing laughs and memories over sloe gin fizzes and cheesecake.
While most of the TV watching population is watching the 49ers and the Ravens duke it out in the Super Bowl on Sunday evening, there are some people that could care less about football. So, what is there on TV for the folks other than the 110 million watching the big game...
Former "Golden Girls" star Betty White appears to really have a 'golden touch'. Most 89-year-olds in this country are living a quiet, stay at home life, but not White and according to a poll released on Wednesday, White is the most 'trusted' celebrity with Americans and the person most likely to drive up the business of any product she may endorse.
Are you looking to live a long and healthy life? If so, you might want to take some advice from Betty White, who, at age 89, is still going strong.
Last night, the Emmy-winning TV legend appeared on 'The Late Show With David Letterman,' during which she revealed her own tips on how to make it to your golden years.
Remember that teenager who wrote a song asking Taylor Swift to prom? Well, one Peoria radio DJ saw it, and was inspired to ask his own celebrity crush out on a date -- Betty White.
Keep reading to check out River Country's Rick Stephenson's parody of the "Golden Girls" theme song. Too funny!!! Comment and tell me which celeb you would like to ask out OR better yet, make your OWN paraody