Celebrating the 99th birthday of the awesome, gifted Betty White.
My one brush with the winning Ms. White happened a few years ago at The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
My hubby Michael had to be in New York City with one of his clients when The Ellen Show decided it would be fun to surprise White with a Chippendales dancer. Since Michael was on the other other side of the country, I offered to accompany Chippendale Jace Crispin on a quick in-and-out of Los Angeles for the shoot.
Jace was, as you’ll see, perfection in balancing the sexy without going out of bounds of afternoon TV. I was just barely out of sight backstage while this happened.
Click the image of Jace and White below to play the video clip.
Plus, Michael and I have been binge watching the 1970s sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore Show which starred White as the ‘happy homemaker Sue Ann Nivens. Check out some highlights of her MTM days below.
White’s TV co-stars Ed Asner (Mary Tyler Moore Show) and Valerie Bertinelli (Hot in Cleveland) tweeted their birthday greetings to White.
I still get warm when I see this look. Happy 99 baby. You are a testament to living life on your own terms. Sending you a great big socially distanced kiss. I love you @BettyMWhitepic.twitter.com/DWM9tTthIm
Chris Evans may have won Favorite Action Movie Star last night at the People’s Choice Awards, but as a super hero he knows when to step into a situation:
The actor, who was seated near everyone’s favorite Golden Girl, Betty White, leapt into action to help her up the stairs to accept her Favorite TV Icon award. In short, he did exactly what Captain America would have done.
Polite, handsome, furry and talented. What’s not to like about Chris Evans?
During an interview with Larry King last night, Betty White took questions from fans via the internet on a wide range of subjects including her support of the LGBT community.
“I don’t care whom you sleep with. It’s what kind of a human being are you [that’s what matters to me]. I don’t understand [why people are anti-gay]. It’s such a personal private business and it’s none of mine.”
Stand against bullying and support LGBT youth for Spirit Day on October 17th.
Millions wear purple on Spirit Day in a stand against bullying and to show their support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth. Observed annually since 2010, individuals, schools, organizations, corporations, and public figures wear purple, which symbolizes ‘spirit’ on the rainbow flag.
Getting involved is easy: Wear purple or go purple online on October 17th and help create a world in which LGBT youth are celebrated and accepted for who they are.
For more information about Spirit Day, head over to Glaad.org/spiritday now.
And don’t forget to wear purple and go purple online on October 17th!