Ten days before her death, TV icon Betty White recorded a message to her fans, according to a producer.
“She’s spontaneous and has everything it takes to pull it off live. She was so good at that. You can’t see it without getting goosebumps when you hear it. It’s just very, very sweet,” film producer Steve Boettcher told The Hollywood Reporter. The “Golden Girls” actress would have turned 100 this Monday, but died the night before New Year’s Eve.
White’s message to her fans is in Boettcher’s film “Betty White: A Celebration‘, which was due to open in hundreds of US theaters on Monday. “It was December 20th at her house. Betty loved to dress up, as she called it. The dress, the hairstyle, the look – she just loved it,” Boettcher continued about the shot. He produced the film with Mike Trinklein. Colleagues like Ryan Reynolds and Robert Redford also have their say.
With the sitcom “Golden Girls” White had become world famous. White once played the naïve widow Rose Nylund in the series about four elderly women who share a flat. All of her colleagues from back then died before her: serial mother Sophia (Estelle Getty), Dorothy (Beatrice Arthur) and Blanche (Rue McClanahan).
White has been in the film and television business for more than 75 years. She was married three times and had no children.
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