Betty White is preparing for the celebration.
The legendary comedian will turn 99 on January 17, and like many in recent months, she will be spending her birthday in the house and having a limited number of people due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Because
The “Golden Girls” star recently spoke to Entertainment Tonight and revealed how she will celebrate her big day.
“You probably didn’t ask. But I’ll tell you anyway, ”White joked. “What am I doing on my birthday? A mile-long run every morning is COVID-restricted, so I try to get ‘The Pet Set’ again and feed the two ducks that visit me every day.”;
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The two events go together as “The Pet Set” is White’s positive animal series, which offers talks about pet care, wildlife care and visits from celebrities and the best animals. Raising many such dogs and cats and In the wild, such as elephants, bears, gorillas and kangaroos, reported
On February 23, the series will be released on DVD and streaming platforms, marking the 50th anniversary of the show.
Among the producers of the show is White’s late husband, Allen Ludden.
“The ‘pet costume’ is one of my favorites,” the legendary star said in a press release received from the store. “I’m very excited to see it again after all these years.”
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As the epidemic is keeping White in the home and her age, she is at a higher risk of contracting the new virus, White said in March that she looked on the bright side.
“I’m incredibly happy to be in good health,” America’s lover told Closer Weekly. “That’s something you really appreciate.”
Entertainer and friend Tom Sullivan also told the outlet that the former “Golden Girls” and “Mary Tyler Moore Show” star was busy while staying safe.
“She read the LA Times to cover it,” he said. “She owns thousands of crosswords and is constantly working to keep her mind running. It’s very serious for her.”
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“She tried zooming in on Scrabble with her friends, but it wasn’t the same,” added the best friend.
Friends also revealed that the COVID-19 crisis has led the star to look at life from a completely different perspective.
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“Betty’s message to the world is slowing down and enjoying what you have: your family, your friends, your pets,” the source said. But we got through worse. It’s Mother Nature’s way of telling us all to slow down. ”
Fox News’ Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report.