This is why we loved her.
Betty White’s final message to her fans was sent a few days ago She died at 99, Reminiscent of her happy-go-lucky attitude – and the relentless energy for Showbiz.
White, who died Friday of “natural causes”, is ashamed of his 100th birthday Condolences were also expressed by fans, celebrities and the President.
Cover Girl shared her spread on People magazine with the final heartfelt message to fans.
“My 100th birthday … I couldn’t believe it was coming, People Magazine is celebrating with me! The new magazine about people will be available on newsstands across the country tomorrow, ”the Golden Girls star shared three days before her death.
Feature he tweeted Covering his secrets to longevity (“Avoid anything green,” he joked.) And a tribute to the many, many actors he has co-starred in over 70 years of comedy gold.
In the interview, crossword puzzles, card games, animal documentaries, “Jeopardy!” He also shared how he spent his days with. And sports.
“I’m very lucky to be in very good health and feel so good at this age,” the “Hot in Cleveland” star added. “It’s amazing.”
The spread was quoted and shared by Ryan Reynolds, who co-starred with White in 2009’s “The Proposal”. The 45-year-old Reynolds joked, “I can’t handle his thing for me.”
The “Deadpool” actor was lovingly teased Commenting on his relationship with White, he said, “I was completely sick of the media using past relationships to drive clicks.”
Their Twitter exchange was one of the final tweets from White, announcing his 100th birthday show “Betty White: 100 Year Young – A Birthday Celebration”. His birthday is Jan. The special will be distributed by Fatham Events on the 17th and will be shown in 900 theaters across the country.
Organizers told The Post that the show would continue.
“I’m going big for my birthday,” he tweeted.
She made her debut in 1939, when her debut medium was an experiment, appearing as an actress, presenter and on-demand guest in her 90s.
He will be best remembered for his scene-stealing roles in two pioneering sitcoms in the 1970s, Sue on Nivens on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and Sweet-Nature Simpleton Rose Nyland on “The Golden”. Women ”in the 80s.
Byte had his final role as a stuffed tiger in 2019’s “Toy Story 4” and the Disney + short film “Forky asks a question”. She was still traveling at the age of 97.
“I’m thankful for the work, it starts early,” White said Told Michael Starr of The Post In 2018. “When you start working, you’re so grateful to have a job and carry that feeling throughout your life.” At least I have. “