We Love You, Betty! The Incredible Betty White Stole The Show At The 2018 Emmy Awards

Date September 19, 2018

Betty White was a real star of this-year Emmy Awards ceremony. The Hollywood icon received standing ovation for her inspiring speech


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Betty White stole the show at the 2018 Emmy's

'The First Lady of Television' – that’s how fans and co-stars call the incredible Betty White. She totally deserved this high status for all her tremendous achievements in the entertainment industry.

On Monday, at the 2018 Emmy Awards ceremony, Betty was honored for her more than an 8-decade career in show business. The actress received her first Emmy in 1975.


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When The Golden Girls star took to the stage to deliver her speech, we all knew it would be something great. But this time, Betty has outdone herself. The actress received standing ovation and proved once again who is the true icon of our generation.


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Betty addressed the audience:

Little did I dream then that I would be here. It's incredible that I'm still in this business.

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Then, the actress made the crowd laugh to tears with her joke about Saturday Night Live's creator, Lorne Michaels.

She said:

I want to thank Lorne Michaels, not only this tonight, but all the wonderful things he has done with me, not,  for me…

Oh, Betty, you are the best!

Congratulations, Betty!

For her exceptional speech, the actress received the warmest feedback from people on social media.

Our congratulations to the incredible and one of a kind Betty White! Does anyone still doubt she’s a national treasure?!

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