Always an avid lover of animals, Betty White was devastated when she heard that Cecil the Lion was killed by an American dentist named Walter James Palmer during a hunting trip on July 1st.
The “Hot in Cleveland” lady, who will be hosting a series of animal specials on the Discovery Family Channel called “Pawgust,” told press, “You don’t want to hear some of the things I want to do to that man.”
Throughout her decades in the entertainment industry Betty White has pretty much seen and done it all, so her “Hot in Cleveland” costars had their work cut out for them as they planned her 93rd birthday surprise.
She’s 91 years young and still going strong, and Betty White is featured in a new flying safety campaign for Air New Zealand.
The “Hot in Cleveland” actress shows up at the Second Wind Retirement Village and invites her geriatric friends (including “Love Boat” star Gavin MacLeod) to help in demonstrating the airline’s safety policies.
With the contenders for hardware at the 64th Annual Emmy Awards officially announced, a number of the vying small screen stars have offered their thoughts and thanks for being among this year's batch of nominees.
The gorgeous Christina Hendricks appreciatively said that she's "so honored" to be up for Best Supporting Actress (Drama) honors, with the bid coming as her hit AMC show "Mad Men" is tied with FX’s “American Horror Story" as the top nominated shows with 17 chances at Emmy glory apiece.
The stars attended the 42nd annual Beastly Ball where the blonde beauty received the second Tom Mankiewicz Leadership Award from the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association, which raises money for the attraction.