Death of Betty White provokes reactions from celebrities on social networks – CVBJ

Actress and comedian Betty White dies at the age of 99.

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Actress and Comedy Legend Betty White He passed away on December 31 at the age of 99, his agent and close friend Jeff Whitgas told People magazine in a statement.

Even though Betty was about to turn 100 years old, I thought she would live forever. I will miss her dearly as well as the animal world that I love so much. I don’t think Betty was ever afraid of death Because she always wanted to be with her loving husband, Allen Lowden. I thought I would be with him again, the media quoted on their website.

After the unexpected and unfortunate news, Celebrities were quick to pay tribute to Betty White: Ellen DeGeneres, Andy Cohen, Mario Lopez, Seth Meyers, Ryan Reynolds, among others, have already expressed their condolences.

“The world looks different now. She was excellent at defying expectations. He managed to age so much and somehow he wasn’t old enough. We’ll miss you Betty. Now you know the secret,” Ryan wrote on Instagram.

Betty planned to celebrate her centenary With “Betty White: 100 Years, A Birthday Celebration”The film, which will be released in theaters in mid-January, commemorates the career and life of one of the most beloved actresses in the United States as well as a pioneer in the world of television.

The 1 hour 40 minute show will feature Ryan Reynolds, Tina Fey, Robert Redford, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman, Jay Leno, Carol Burnett, Craig Ferguson, Jimmy Kimmel, Valerie Bertinelli, James Corden, Wendy Malik, Jennifer Love Hewitt .

Only this week White expressed in an interview with People that his longevity was the result of good health, good fortune, and love for his work.

“It’s amazing that I’m still in this business. It’s amazing that you can stay in the race for so long and people are so tolerant of you. I wish they could do it at home,” he joked with a distinct sense of humor that reflected him in the featured roles.

Who was Betty White?

Betty Marion White was born on January 17, 1922 In Oak Park, Illinois, Horace and Tess (Cachiquis) White’s only daughter. His father was an electrical engineer, and his mother was a homemaker. When Betty was a little girl, the family moved to Los Angeles, where she was raised.

He started his radio career by saying a word about the popular comedy “The Great Gildersleeve”.. The word was “Parkay,” the name of the margarine that sponsored the show. This led to small parts appearing on radio stations from the 1940s, such as “Blondie” and “This Is Your FBI.”

She broke into television in 1949 on a local talk show called “Al Jarvis’s Hollywood on Television”.. When Mr. Jarvis left the show, she succeeded him as host.

In his path spanning more than seven decades, White, known for her roles in “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”, “The Golden Girls” and in recent years “Hot in Cleveland”.He won eight Emmys and a Grammy for his talk on the bestseller If You Ask Me.

Rest in Peace, Betty Marion White 🕊 (1922-2021)

Burbank, CA – April 26: Betty White received the Daytime Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award. (Photo by Jesse Grant/For NATAS)

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