The people were heartbroken upon hearing of the sad death of Betty White.
The beloved nation was ninety-nine years old when she passed away.
And the fabulous Betty White shot a message for her fans a few days before her passing.
The star was born on January 17, 1922 in Oak Park, Illinois, before moving to Los Angeles at the age of two.
This is where she will end up working as a local TV assistant.
But it wasn’t until the early 1950s that she first felt like she was on television …
Here she developed a show called Life with Elizabeth with George Tibbles.
The show made White one of the first female producers in Hollywood …
“He wrote and I produced,” White explained to The Hollywood Reporter. “I was one of the first female producers in Hollywood.”
The entire premise of the show was based on a sketch White had previously made on local television.
But that was not before The Mary Tyler Moore Show when White’s television career got the boost it needed.
The actress played Sue Ann Nivens, co-star of Mary Tyler Moore, in the Minneapolis Television Newsroom. Sue Ann was known for making funny but poignant jokes about Moore.
And it seemed that her hard work paid off …
Because she won 2 Emmy for her work on the hit TV series!
And in the early 80s, White took on a role that was very different from Sue Ann …
The role of sweet Rose Nylund in the hit sitcom Golden girlsalong with co-stars Ryu McClanahan, Bea Arthur and Estelle Getty.
The show told about the life of four elderly people, girlfriends …
And to say that it was a real hit is to say nothing. The series ranked among the best shows in 7 seasons live and won several coveted awards.
But, unfortunately, in 1992 we reluctantly said goodbye to Golden girls…
White had a steady career in television, that is, until 2010, when her wits brought her back into the spotlight again.
We all Remember the ad for chocolate bars during the 2010 Super Bowl, right?
Well, he quickly became a fan favorite and pushed White to become the oldest person to ever accept Saturday nightlife…
At first she didn’t want to be on the show …
“It was the scariest thing I’ve ever done. It was really funny, but it was a problem, ”she recently told Newsweek.
In 2010, White also returned to the series …
She got a role in the sitcom. Hot in Cleveland, next to the stars Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leaves and Wendy Malik. At first, she only signed up for the pilot, but later joined the cast for good. “This is just an amazing show. “The chemistry between girls is so great,” she told Newsweek at the time.
In 2021, she discussed her secret to a long life …
“A sense of humor,” she said. “Don’t take yourself too seriously. You can lie to others – I would not lie, but you cannot lie to yourself. “
She also swore hot dogs.
She enjoyed it during her Big Nine fries celebration.
She also joked: “I can go to bed as long as I want without asking permission!”
As if we needed another reason to adore her!
But on December 31, heartbreaking news emerged …
Betty White passed away tragically.
Tribute has been poured into Betty’s memory ever since her death was first reported.
Many legends in the entertainment industry pay homage to Betty.
Many talk about a wonderful tribute to Ryan Reynolds.
Reynolds tweeted: “The world looks different now. She handled expectations well. She managed to grow old very old and somehow not old enough. We will miss you, Betty. Now you know the secret. “
Many also responded to White’s heartbreaking latest tweet.
The post was made shortly before her tragic passing, and it mentioned her upcoming 100th birthday.
In her tweet, she wrote:
“My 100th birthday … I can’t believe that he is coming soon and People magazine is celebrating with me!”
Since then, White’s cause of death has been confirmed.
In a statement released by the LAPD, the cause of death was natural.
In a Twitter post, they wrote:
“On 12/31/21 at approximately 9:30 am, the Los Angeles Police Department responded to a call to investigate the death of an adult woman in Block 500 on North Carmelina Avenue in Brentwood. Preliminary investigation reveals natural cause of death and there is no evidence of foul play. ”
White’s last words before her death were also shared.
And they made people feel even more heartbroken …
White’s last words were revealed Hollywood Reporter actress, co-star and girlfriend of Vicki Lawrence.
Recalling her story of working with White, Laurence described her as “sweet, happy, funny, obscene and obscene.”
“But in the middle of it all, she was so professional,” she said. “I don’t remember Betty ever skipping a line. It was so rare. “
The publication then asked Laurence about the last time she spoke to White, where she said that she recently “was unable to contact White,” despite sending her a letter.
“Some time ago I wrote her a long letter, but she didn’t reply that it was not like her,” she said. “I knew she was not well and it was coming, but it was still sad not to hear from her.”
However, Lawrence went on to say that after White’s passing, she spoke to Carol Burnett, from whom she learned White’s heartbreaking last words.
White reportedly gave her late husband Allen Ladden’s name before dying.
“I spoke to Carol yesterday and we agreed that it’s damn hard to watch the people you love leave,” she said.
“She said she spoke to Assistant Betty who was with her when she passed, and she said the last word from her lips was ‘Allen.’ It’s so sweetly sweet. Hope it’s true “.
And now it’s revealed that Betty White had a message for her fans that she filmed just ten days before her passing.
And prepare honestly because it will probably make you cry.
Steve Bootcher, producer Golden girls, said Betty made a short video as a tribute to her fans, whom she adores dearly.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Boettcher said that the video is:
“It’s kind of like a hello to her fans that she made 10 days before her passing.”
“She was beaming and sincerely wanted to thank her fans for their continued support over the years,” he said. en.brinkwire…
So, to hear what the beautiful actress said to her fans one last time before her passing …
Check out the documentary, which was originally set to celebrate her 100th birthday on Earth, but will now focus on the stars in the years before her passing.
And get some napkins ready because it will air on January 17th this month and we can’t wait.
Rest in peace, Betty.
The world has lost a true legend.