Betty White would’ve turned 100 this week. Unfortunately, she passed away just three weeks shy of her centennial birthday. RIP.
In 2011, White appeared on Anderson Cooper‘s short-lived daytime talk show, where he inquired about her love life.
“Do you date?” he asked the then-90-year-old actress. To which she coyly replied, “I don’t think that’s any of your business… Unless you have something in mind.”
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White’s sassy response was met with laughs from everyone in the audience (and at home). She went on to explain that she already “had the love of my life,” referring to her late husband Allen Ludden, who passed away in 1981.
“If you had the best, who needs the rest?” White remarked.
Cooper shared his 2011 exchange with White on CNN this week. Re-live the funny moment below…
It’s funny that Anderson would ask her that while he was still in the closet. Unfortunately now he spends too much time with that toxic m0ron Andy Cohen who is a horrible representation of LGBTQ+ with his disgusting shenanigans and photo ops with his son who he uses as a prop. Betty White was a true legend. She will be missed but never forgotten. Thank you for being a friend Betty, to all of us but especially to all those innocent animals you help save through your altruistic assistance for defenseless animals, you did it before it was fashionable to do so. Long live queen Betty
Totally agree about A-hole Cohen. He should have been fired from subsequent NYE coverage bt CNN for his drunken antics. So crass and messy.
I agree with comments about Andy Cohen, I wish they would just take him off the New Years show, he is loud, obnoxious and a terrible representation for the LGBT Community, he does anything for attention,,his behavior last New Years was horrible, his not called for comment about the mayor of NYC totally crude and classless., it’s just not enjoyable with him on.. I wish he and Anderson would just leave the friendship offscreen…kinda sad..
This guy with a cute baby; this guy with Betty White – he can’t clean up his reputation or image with me – he’s way down there. Always a great fan of Betty, I feel like he’s exploiting people’s love of her in posting this.
Anderson Cooper didn’t post this…editors posted it.
anderson cooper reminds me of an old yenta ( a Yiddish term for an old nosey Jewish woman) who always asks inappropriate personal questions. Although I didn’t see this interview and being the buffoon he is and Betty White classy lady she was ( old saying,: classy people don’t discuss their personal issues or dirty laundry in public), Betty White probably told him ‘none of your God damned business.
Damn you girls are vicious to other gay men! Lighten up!!
Respectfully, I believe the comments are because of the bad behavior. One doesn’t get a pass because they are gay, nor should anyone.