During the presentation of the Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Betty White was honored Monday by her colleagues. The 96-year-old actress attended the award show and received a standing ovation.
The last living Golden Girl insisted that she was the one who should be grateful. “No, I thank you. It is unbelievable that you can have such a long career and people still tolerate you, “the elderly actress joked,” I am happy that I am in this business, what a luck I have, and I thank you all in front of.”
She then had the presenter Alec Baldwin kiss her hand, and noticed in the direction of the audience: “Did you think I would miss this opportunity?” Betty has been in the entertainment industry for more than 70 years and has won seven Emmy’s. her legendary role as Rose Nylund in Golden Girls, made the actress furore in The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Carol Burnett Show and shone in recent years in the comedy Hot In Cleveland.
The runner that was rolled out Monday for the nominees and other guests of the Emmy Awards is not red, but gold-colored. The organization chose that color to celebrate the seventieth anniversary of the award show.
With the most important American television prices, Netflix has the chance to win most prizes; the streaming service raised 112 nominations. Series of HBO can win 108 times in the prizes. Especially Game Of Thrones received many nominations: the show has a chance of 22 Emmys.