Veteran Emmy winner Betty White received her 20th nomination for her hilarious guest hosting stint on "Saturday Night Live" -- and "Extra" toasted the 88-year-old grand dame of TV on the set of her new hit TV show, "Hot in Cleveland."
White already has six Emmys, "But who's counting. [She mouths 'I'm counting']" All joking aside, she was honored. "I'd love to be coy and say 'Oh yes, it's just another one.' You can't. I mean it's such a privilege!"
Betty White, 88, is starring in a new TV Land sitcom "Hot in Cleveland."
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"Extra's" Lauren Sanchez caught up with Betty White, the world's hottest octogenarian, on the set of her new sitcom, "Hot in Cleveland," which co-stars Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick and Jane Leeves.
Betty talked talk about her MTV Movie Award appearance with Sandra Bullock, losing her good friend Rue McClanahan -- and who she would like to star with in an onscreen romance.
Making her second public appearance since splitting from Jesse James, Sandra Bullock accepted the Generation Award at the MTV Movie Awards Sunday night.
Presented by Bradley Cooper, Betty White and Scarlett Johansson, Bullock received more than just the award during the show, she also got a smooch from Johansson!
Sandra Bullock will be making her first official public appearance at the MTV Movie Awards this Sunday, June 6 and "Extra" has learned some top-secret details about a possible reunion with her "Proposal" co-star Betty White.
MTV Movie Award Executive Producer Audrey Morrissey talked to "Extra" from the rehearsal today about honoring Sandra Bullock at this year's show with the Generation Award. "It was unanimous," she said. "There was none other than Sandra that we wanted to give it to. It really was her year. It was really about that we made the offer and she accepted, and we're thrilled to have her."
Rue McClanahan was pure wise-crackin' gold as the randy Blanche Devereaux on the legendary series -- and she shared with "Extra" her all-time top "Golden Girls" moment.
"My favorite is when Blanche is trying to get the 'Rusty Anchor' back from Dorothy," McClanahan told "Extra" back in the day. "And sings on the top of the piano 'I Wanna Be Loved by You.'"
Rue McClanahan, who played Blanche Deveraux on the popular '80s sitcom "Golden Girls," died on Thursday after suffering a massive stroke. She was 76.
"She passed away at 1 a.m. this morning," her manager, Barbara Lawrence, confirmed to People magazine.