Betty White and Sandra Bullock’s hilarious clips are shared on social media, and fans continue to share their favorite on-screen moments. After White’s death at the age of 99 December 31, 2021.
White won the Screen Actors Guild Award in 2010. Brock, who co-starred with White in the 2009 movie “The Proposal,” presented White with an award and then brutally roasted fellow actors.
“Oh, my loved one, I can’t …” White says she begins her acceptance speech.
Then she reaches out to Brock’s hand and seems to be grateful for the inspirational compliments she delivered.
“And this lovely lady, the fact that she is a very nice person and has all the great things that happened to her …” White said, “It’s encouraging to see how naive a girl is. Isn’t that? Can she go? “
Brock immediately burst into laughter, and the star-studded audience also laughed. Drew Barrymore and “Modern Family” stars Ty Burrell and Eric Stonestreet can be seen enjoying and applauding the wise cracks of White.
“This is my absolute favorite Betty White moment,” he wrote. Buzzfeed Deputy Editor Spencer Althouse The person who first shared the clip on Twitter. “She roasted Sandra Bullock to hell and returned to her lifetime SAG Award acceptance speech. Legendary RIP.”
Journalist Matthew Berry Reshared the clip “Betty White’s timing was always elite, even the simplest jokes,” with the caption.
As the video began to spread on social media, White fans continued to share their thoughts on the death of the TV icon.
“Every time I see her another funny clip, I start crying again …” One Twitter user..
“Timing. Wit. Charm. That was our #BettyWhite. I miss you.” Another addition..
White was preparing to celebrate her 100th birthday on January 17th.
Before the celebration, she Cover story people How she felt about turning 100. “I’m in this state of health and I’m very lucky to feel very good at this age,” she said. “very.”
It was “born as a cheeky optimist” that White shared the key to her cheerful personality.
“I got it from my mother, and it never changed,” she told the outlet. “I always think it’s positive.”