Actress Valerie Bertinelli is going to be a blushing bride -- again!
Things couldn't get any better for the Jenny Craig spokeswoman. Set to star in the new TVLand series "Hot in Cleveland" alongside Betty White and Jane Leeves, Bertinelli is making a TV comeback -- and has found true love.
"Extra" caught up with the cast of "DWTS" after Monday night's show, and they were all for getting Betty White to shake up the ballroom.
"I would love to have Betty White as my partner on 'Dancing with the Stars," said dancer Louis van Amstel.
"I'm ready for Betty," Derek Hough told "Extra."
Check out our interview with the "DWTS" cast.
After a successful Facebook campaign to get Betty White to host "Saturday Night Live," fans are banding together for another campaign -- Get Betty White to Host the Academy Awards.
The new Facebook fan page has already generated 18,702 members since launching Sunday night. Although this may sound far-fetched, the former "Golden Girl" definitely proved on "SNL" that she's got the goods and can pull in big ratings.
If you watched the hilarious Betty White on "Saturday Night Live" and still want more, here's a skit that was trimmed from the show because of time considerations. It features the very funny Rachel Dratch as the ultimate buzz killer, Debbie Downer. Wahhhhh wahhhhhh!
Betty White scored such outstanding reviews after hosting "Saturday Night Live" on May 8, that "Extra" wants to see her dance moves!
Sign up to become an "Extra" friend and join our campaign to get the former "Golden Girl" on season 11 of "Dancing with the Stars."
Check out some of White's best moments with "Extra."
Betty White took over the set of "Saturday Night Live" when she hosted May 8 and brought in the biggest overnight ratings in 18 months!
"SNL" was the highest rated telecast of the night, topping all primetime programs on major networks with a 8.8 household rating.
Joining White for her much anticipated hosting gig, show alums Tina Fey, Ana Gasteyer, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Molly Shannon and Rachel Dratch all made guest appearances.
Check out Betty White's opening monologue on "Saturday Night Live."