- Betty White died on the age of 99, just about 3 weeks earlier than her a centesimal birthday
- She was once widely recognized for her lead function as Rose Nylund in ‘The Golden Women’
Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan on Saturday (January 01) took to social media and paid a heartfelt tribute to mythical actor-comedian Betty White, who kicked the bucket on Friday. Kareena shared a nonetheless of the overdue actor from her 1985 much-loved sitcom ‘The Golden Women’ on her Instagram Tales. The image additionally captures White’s overdue co-actors Bea Arthur and Rue McClanahan. Sharing the image, Bebo wrote, “The Golden Woman Eternally. Betty White,” with a purple center emoticon.
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Many different celebrities from around the globe and political leaders mourned the loss of life of the icon, who kicked the bucket on the age of 99. Stars reminiscent of Sandra Bullock, Reese Witherspoon, Viola Davis, Debra Messing and Diane Kruger paid their respects.
Bullock, White’s co-star in ‘The Proposal’, shared a remark with Selection. “I do not drink vodka … however I will be able to this night, on ice, with a slice of lemon with a sizzling canine at the different aspect and simply be good enough being unhappy. I will have to shop for some rose-coloured glasses as a result of Betty was once that for all people,” the actor mentioned. Witherspoon took to Twitter and wrote, “So unhappy to listen to about Betty White passing. I enjoyed observing her characters that introduced such a lot pleasure. Thanks, Betty, for making us all chuckle!”
White “died peacefully in her sleep at her house early this morning,” her agent and shut good friend Jeff Witjas instructed Other people mag on Friday afternoon.
The Emmy Award-winning actor, who was once born in 1922, would have became 100 on January 17 this yr. She was once widely recognized for her lead function as Rose Nylund in ‘The Golden Women’, which ran from 1985 to 1992.
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Additionally, White received 5 primetime Emmy Awards — together with two for ‘Mary Tyler Moore,’ one for ‘Golden Women’ and one for her 1975 ‘SNL’ look — together with Display Actors Guild Awards, American Comedy Awards or even a 2012 Grammy.
-with ANI inputs