American comedian and actress Betty White may be in her 90s, but she remains as beloved a figure as she was in her Golden Girls heyday. A lot of this has to do with the graceful manner in which she has aged.
Despite being in her 90s, White is impressively in tune with contemporary youth pop culture, going so far as to create spoofs of pop stars' music videos to promote her own show. Her ability to tap into millennial pop culture phenomena is a testament to her adaptability.
She has even been seen in ads appearing alongside celebrities and athletes she has as much in common with as chalk does with cheese.
Here's hoping Betty White can keep going strong and ring in the big 100!
From Golden Girl Video Spoofs to Witty Wildlife Commercials
Golden Girl Video Spoofs
The Betty White Wrecking Ball Commercial is Bang On
Witty Wildlife Commercials
Slash and Betty White for the LA Zoo Promo is Goofy and Fun
Show Choir Award Openers
The 2010 Emmys Began with Star-Studded Rendition of Bruce Springsteen
Betty White and Kristen Bell from 'You Again' Go at It
Heroic Golden Girls Mashups
The Hilarious Super Golden Friends Spoofs Iconic Superheroes
Golden Girl Comics
The Biographical Betty White Comic Book Illustrates a Legendary Life
Senior Celeb Prank Calls
Betty White AARP Ad Urges the Elderly to Live Life to the Fullest
This 2011 Super Bowl Snickers Teaser Ad Features Familiar Faces
Golden Girl Facebooking
The Betty White SNL Movement Gains Momentum
Comical Comedian Mashups
The Bill vs. Betty Blog Merges Murray and White
Golden Girl Date-Keepers
The Betty White Calender will Benefit the Morris Animal Foundation
Senior Sweatshirt Designers
Betty White Hoodies for HoodieBuddie & the Morris Animal Foundation
Golden Girl Tackling
Snickers Super Bowl Ad Brings out the Badass in Betty White