Betty White's Heart-Wrenching Final Words Revealed

Betty White's Heart-wrenching Final Words Revealed

She was the nation's sweetheart, beloved by the whole world. Betty White's death came as a shock, despite her twilight years.

The superstar, born on January 17, 1922, passed away on the last day of 2021. She started working on radio and television when she was 19, so Betty White's career lasted eight decades.

In the 50s, she starred in Life with Elizabeth with George Tibbles and became one of the first female producers in Hollywood.

Betty White went straight into history for this show as the first female producer to win an Emmy.

Once she appeared on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Betty's life was changed forever. She became a global icon.

Then, in the 80s, Betty was on Golden Girls, one of the best-known sitcoms ever. The show ended in 1992, and it wasn't until 2010 that Betty was in another hit TV show - Hot in Clevland.

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She was supposed to appear only in the pilot, but, as Betty told Newsweek:

"It's just a terrific show. The chemistry between the girls is so great."

So, she stayed until the end, appearing in almost every episode in six seasons.

Last year, in 2021, she shared her secret to longevity. Betty stated that positivity, not taking yourself seriously, and finding humor are the best things in life.

White loved hot dogs and actual dogs. She was an animal advocate until the end.

She was excited about turning 100 and shared that joy with the world. Sadly, Betty passed away only days before her big birthday.

It appears that everyone was in mourning, politicians, actors, and scientists, proving that Betty was one in a billion.

Betty was such a joyful person that her last tweet reflected her love for life perfectly.

The LAPD confirmed that Betty White passed away from natural causes.

Her last words were revealed, and people were even more heartbroken.

Betty's third husband was the love of her life. He died in 1981, and she decided never to marry again.

Actor and friend Vicki Lawrence revealed what Betty was like.

Lawerence described her as "sweet and happy and fun and raunchy and bawdy."

"But she was so professional in the middle of all that I don't remember Betty ever missing a line. It was so rare."

"I wrote her a long letter a while back but she did not answer, which was unlike her."

"I knew she was not well, and this was coming, but it was still sad not to hear from her."

And this is where things really take a heartwrenching turn.

Betty's friend said she was calling her husband's name before passing away. Betty's assistant and a friend confirmed that the last word she ever said was Allen. Allen Ludden was the love of her life.

The world has lost one of the most admirable stars ever.