White wins Lifetime Achievement Award at 2015 Daytime Emmy awards.
I have been in this business for a long time. You may not notice that, but when I started in…1949 I had no idea that I would still be around at this point, for one thing. But that I’d still be privileged enough to still be in this business, and it is such a privilege…All those years that I had no idea I’d still be working though [are] so much thanks to you and your mothers and fathers and grandmothers and grandfathers. And a couple of great grandfathers when I was younger.
White wins the People’s Choice Award for Favorite TV Icon.
Oh my goodness, I cannot possibly can say thank you. Can you imagine? The People’s Choice at 93? I mean, that’s ridiculous. Thank you, with all my heart. Thank you.
Hall talks to White, about aging.
If you’re blessed with good health, people spoil you rotten.
Seacrest interviews White during On Air With Ryan Seacrest and questions her about her role in the TV show Hot In Cleveland.
It gets all the adrenaline going when we have a live one coming up. It’s a little scary, [but] I love live because when I started in television I was on five hours a day, six days a week live.
Betty White returns to the Conan couch and chats with O’Brien about her flirting technique and hotdog-inspired fan art. She also openly expresses her admiration toward fellow guest Jason Momoa’s magazine cover.
White on flirting:
Not good at it. Who wants to flirt with a 92-year-old woman? You don’t get any takers. Well, you always kind of flirt a little. It’s always fun. It gets you in trouble sometimes. Well, I mean, you know, when you’re with a group and then all of a sudden, you just hold somebody’s eyes just a bit.
White is nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards for portraying Elka Ostrovsky on Hot in Cleveland.
I am going to sit here in shock and celebrate that I am working with three wonderful women – Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick.