Well, technically, there was one Golden Girl… Twice!
Betty White visited Hollywood Monday to
play pose with herself in front of dozens of screaming fans!!
After only nine decades of being awesome, she was finally immortalized at Madame Tussaud’s with a totally sweet wax doppelganger!
Was the HIGHlarious Hot in Cleveland star impressed?
She told the crowd:
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LOOOOOOOVE these girls!
Here's some proof that The Golden Girls are A) Amazeballs; and B) SO ahead of it's time!
These b*tches should have running the county!
Prrressss Pllllaaay (above) to see why Estelle Getty was the boss!!
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The incomparable Betty White met with Michael J. LaRue, the close friend of her fellow Golden Girl, the late Rue McClanahan, to discuss her life and her work with charities.
Special items from Rue's estate will be auctioned off at the "Hollywood Legends" auction on March 31st.
In the (above) clip, Betty goes through some of those items and gives us insight into Rue's lovely life.
Really quite touching. And also, because it's Betty White, it just makes everything so warm and magical.
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
And for more info on the auction, CLICK HERE!
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Andrew Gold wasn't known by many, but his work was loved by millions, young and old, for the last 25 years. Andrew, who sadly passed in his sleep last Friday, was the writer of The Golden Girls theme song. He was suffering from renal cancer and according to his family, he may have had a heart attack while resting. He was 59.
Thank you for being a friend, Andrew. Our condolences to your family, friends and other loved ones who will surely miss you!
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It's hard to believe that the cast of The Golden Girls felt anything but deep love for one another during the years they were together on the show. Fans, like ourselves, have deluded themselves into thinking those four fabulous ladies were just as friendly and fond of cheesecake off-screen as they were on.
Though the latter bit about the cheesecake might be true, the former, not so much, at least when it came to Bea Arthur and Betty White. According to Betty, who is doing the rounds right now promoting her book, If You Ask Me, Bea had a real problem with Betty while they were on the show. Some thought it might have to do with the fact that Betty won the first Emmy for the show, but Betty believes that in this case, art was imitating life. She explained to TimesTalk:
"She was not that fond of me. She found me a pain in the neck sometimes. It was my positive attitude — and that made Bea mad sometimes. Sometimes if I was happy, she'd be furious!"
That's like, every scene with Dorothy and Rose! Guess they each had a lot to draw upon!
To hear Betty talk more about her years with the Girls, check out the video (above) of her appearance on the Joy Behar Show.
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