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Betty White coaches on life, love, & aging

Betty White stole America’s heart first as the man-crazy straight-shooter Sue Ann Nivens on the Mary Tyler Moore show from 1973-1977 and then as the naïve, kind-hearted Rose Nylund on Golden Girls from 1985-1992. In both roles, White won us over as the wholesome, sweet girl-next-door and then surprised us over and over with her sassy, hilarious remarks. Now White is touring with her new memoir, in which she shares her wackiest Hollywood moments and explores the role of aging, romance, friendship, children, comedy, and her love of animals in her life. What is the woman behind those lovable roles like herself? And what has she learned throughout the years of her full, humor-filled life? Patt sits down with Betty to find out and to laugh along the way.