Betty White Thought She Would Die Before Her ‘Golden Girls’ Castmates


Fans of Betty White, a former star The Golden Girls, often concerned about her health. Once she moves on Twitter, most of her avid fans will fear that something terrible has happened to the star. Now that White is nearly 100 years old, some are worried about the day her death will be announced.

Some may want to avoid the subject, but White has given some thought to his death. She once said she thought she was going to die before Golden Girls throwing companions.

Betty White on ‘The Golden Girls’

Bea Arthur as Dorothy, Rue McClanahan as Blanche, and Betty White as Rose Nylund |  NBC / NBCU Photo Bank
Bea Arthur as Dorothy, Rue McClanahan as Blanche, and Betty White as Rose Nylund | NBC / NBCU Photo Bank

Betty White played the character Rose Nylund on it The Golden Girls from 1985 to 1992. Her character was famous for being sweet, but notorious. Rose was also famous for being from St. Olaf, a townland in Minnesota. White believes in the greatness of the show and its well-written character. Here is what she told DVDTalk.

Well I have to go back to writing. You don’t get good writing that keeps up like that over time. Because people often say, ‘I may have seen all of them [episode] six hours. ‘I think the audience knows the lines better now than we ever did. But they seem to be able to laugh at it again.

Now, you can give us all the credit you want, but we can’t save a bad show. We can launch a good show, but we can’t save a bad one. It was the writing that holds that up. And I am forever grateful.

Betty White, DVDTalk

Betty White thought she would die before she threw ‘Castmates’ Golden Girls

Fans don’t want to think about White’s death, but she has already given up the subject of death and is dying with a lot of thought. In her book, If you ask me, the actress says she thought she would be one of the first Golden Girls stars to go. She is surprised that she is still around, and her old co-stars have passed away.

“I always thought I was the one to go – especially with him The Golden Girls, because I was the oldest, ”wrote White. “But then we lost all of them, and I’m the only one left and I’m still working. I think, ‘How did that happen? ‘”

The hardest part about losing

For White, the hardest part about losing someone is the feeling of loneliness that comes with it. She also says that she initially had difficulty making decisions after her husband, Allen Ludden, died because she was so used to her husband being there to help her decide things. .

I think the hardest thing about losing, and the hardest challenge, is the loneliness you feel after it. You spent so much time sharing your life with someone, talking through issues, even disagreeing about things, and suddenly there is a hole.

No one, and you think, ‘Well who’ s in charge? ‘My God, it’s me. I have to make the decisions. I can no longer share the findings. And that’s sad because you don’t trust your own judgment.

Betty White, If you ask me

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