Betty White’s funniest moments

We take a look back at some of our favourite memories of the brilliant Betty White.

Betty White

by Lorna White |

We were so sad to hear the recent news that the American actress and comedian, Betty White passed away aged 99, less than a month before her 100th birthday.

With a career spanning over seven decades, she was one of the most loved entertainers in the industry, most famous for her appearances in The Golden Girls and Hot in Cleveland to name a few.

We've rounded up some of Betty's funniest and most memorable moments below for you to have a giggle about and reminisce.

Betty White in Golden Girls

From 1985 - 92, she starred in the sitcom Golden Girls as the character of Rose Nylund. Here are some of her best moments below.

Betty White in Hot in Cleveland

More recently, Betty starred in Hot in Cleveland from 2010-15 as Elka Ostrovsky. She brought audiences many laughs in this American TV sitcom!

SNL monologue

We loved Betty's hilarious monologue all about Facebook which she read when hosting Saturday Night Live back in 2010.

Her lifetime achievement award

We loved seeing Betty White receive her very well deserved lifetime achievement award from Sandra Bullock at the Screen Actors Guild awards in 2010.

Betty's appearance on James Corden's Late Late Show

Betty had loads of fun on The Late Late Show with James Corden where they played a very funny game of 'Is Betty White Older Than?'

Betty White's younger years

Born in Illinois in 1922, Betty and her family made the move to California when she was just one year old during the American depression.

Growing up, she had a keen interest in wildlife and animals, and later in life, she became an advocate for animal rights and welfare. She was also a passionate campaigner for LGBT rights and she spoke out against racial injustices.

Betty White

She married the love of her life, Allen Ludden in 1963. While they had no children together, she was stepmother to his three children from a previous marriage. He passed away in 1981 after a battle with cancer, and Betty never remarried.

As well as her successful film and television career, she wrote a number of successful books too.

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