The hilarious Betty White stopped by The Grove to chat with “Extra” host Mario Lopez about her TV Land show “Hot in Cleveland” – and her all-time favorite celebrity crush.
“Robert Redford!” laughed the 90-year-old funnylady. “Why would it change?”
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White, 90, who stars in the TV Land show "Hot in Cleveland," is an Obama supporter. Last month, she said she "very, very much favors" the President in the election. (Photo credit: White House Photographer Pete Souza)
Warren G. Harding was President when Betty was born.
Ninety-year-old "It" girl Betty White told "Extra's" Renee Bargh, "I'm the happiest, luckiest old broad on two feet!"
White, who stars in "Hot in Cleveland," dished about where to meet men ("They'll find you, trust me!") and the craziest thing a man has ever done to get her attention ("He sent me a Great Pyrenees puppy!").
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A chimpanzee named Sha Sha and her 42 companions at the Wildlife Waystation are going bananas over a recent gift from Betty White.
The organization launched a fundraising campaign to raise $150,000, and the octogenarian, a longtime supporter of the organization, made a challenge grant, matching donations, dollar for dollar, up to $20,000.
The fundraiser will be used toward enrichment and improvements for the Los Angeles sanctuary and for the care of the chimps.
"I have been supporting the wonderful work at the Wildlife Waystation for 35 years," White said." It warms my heart to help Sha Sha help her chimp mates. So, I encourage others to go ape with me! Please support my challenge."
For ways to donate, visit the Wildlife Waystation website!