If you're looking to ring in 98 with America's favorite actress, the Mayor of Hollywood, and the Queen of Television (pick your fighter), you're in luck: Netflix has just added a new documentary about the beloved star, Betty White: First Lady of Television.
"From Sandy, who loves you more than Ryan", Sandra says. But Reynolds tries to one-up her saying, "From Ryan, who loves you so much more than Sandy". Does she like, show up and hand deliver flowers to you wearing nothing but black socks and a dozen gold bracelets, just like you requested?
View the fantastic tribute below.
White's first windfall in the entertainment industry happened in 1949, where she became a regular host on the entertainment show Hollywood on Television.
To start, the Golden Girl remains healthy and active - she was caught by cameras out and about in Beverly Hills, beaming in a turquoise ensemble a day before her birthday. White even became a main character in another sitcom, 2010's Hot in Cleveland, which ran for six seasons. She co-hosted the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in 1968, She's still the oldest person to have ever hosted " Saturday Night Live", and probably the oldest person to make out with Bradley Cooper on television.
In 1965, White, 43, was married and having fun on Set of Passwords, the longtime game show hosted by her husband.
"Retirement isn't in my vocabulary, they won't lose me that way", Betty said famously.
For his last birthday, White celebrated by playing poker with friends for decades.
The video ends with a full screen "Happy 98th Birthday, Betty" graphic, followed by the Golden Girls theme song.
To the sweetest girl in the world.
"I love you! Happy birthday!"
Congratulations on #MohammadAli, @michelleobama and #BettyWhite (98 today!), Three fierce forces of nature that inspire us all to work towards our dreams and never give up.