Betty White

Betty White reads Queen Latifah's empowering '90s jam with swag

“They don’t write ‘em like that anymore.” That’s Betty White’s take on “U.N.I.T.Y.,” Queen Latifah’s 1993 hit about female empowerment, which earned the rapper a Grammy and kickass status. On Monday, White recognized the queen’s prowess with a dramatic reading of the lyrics at VH1’s Hip Hop Honors: All Hail the Queens show.

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Betty White is older than the NBA and Mickey Mouse, but not New Mexico

Betty White turns 94 years old next week. It can be hard putting that number in context, but that’s exactly what James Corden tried to do during White’s Tuesday night appearance on The Late Late Show.

The host launched a new game, “Did It Exist,” to quiz fellow guest Amar’e Stoudemire about whether certain famous things existed when White was born in 1922.

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Betty White talks Bones character, why she's not quitting her day job

One enduring TV presence teams up with another on Thursday when Betty White pays a visit to Bones — and to hear her tell it, it was a match the Jeffersonian’s best chemists only dream about. White describes her experience on the set of Fox’s long-running drama as, “in one word, delightful.”

“I had seen the show, of course,” White tells EW, “and heard it was one of the happiest sets in town. That’s a great reputation to have and is well deserved.”

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Which Golden Girl are you?

Long before Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha, there was Sophia, Dorothy, Blanche, and Rose. On Sept. 14, 1985, NBC viewers met the four roommates on the series premiere of Golden Girls.

Starring Estelle Getty, Beatrice Arthur, Rue McClanahan, and Betty White as the Golden women, the beloved sitcom ran for seven years, earning 11 Emmys in its time on air. In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Golden Girls’ premiere, find out whether you’re a Blanche, Sophia, Rose, or Dorothy, ahead!


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