Betty White's 90th birthday may have been last year, but Hollywood doesn't want the festivities to come to an end.
In celebration of her 91st last month, NBC once again brought together a number of famous faces, musicans and other notables to honor the actress with the televised "Betty White’s 2nd Annual 90th Birthday." White, unfortunately, was unable to attend the taping due to the flu, but from home she tuned in to see tributes from the likes of country music star Blake Shelton and former President Bill Clinton.
"In a time when our nation is still bitterly divided, it's important to have a leader who's won the respect and affection of our nation in the way that Betty has," Clinton said, comically declaring that he would like White to run for president in 2016. "After all, she's gained praise all the way from President Obama to George W. Of course I'm talking about Presidents Barack Obama and George Washington."
"The issue of her being 91 doesn't exist for me," actress Lily Tomlin said in a video tribute. "I don't think of it, I can't imagine that she's 91. It just doesn't compute. To me, Betty is ageless. She could be as young as 30, I don't know how old she is. She's a puzzle and a miracle."
As for White, she remains adamant that age is only a number — but it certainly does come with some perks.
"Best thing about being in your 90s is you're spoiled rotten," the "Hot in Cleveland" star said. "Everybody spoils you like mad, and they treat you with such respect because you're old. Little do they know, you haven't changed. You haven't changed in [the brain]. You're just 90 every place else."
"Now that I'm 91, as opposed to being 90, I'm much wiser," she added. "I'm much more aware — and I'm much sexier."
We love you, Betty. Check out Blake Shelton's original song to the famous "Golden Girl" below.