Who made Betty White feel that dizzy love?

Junie Sihlangu
Aug 16, 2018
12:37 P.M.
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Legendary actress Betty White will be honored with a documentary about her 8-decade acting career. In a recent interview, the star revealed that she was a normal human being who still had crushes.

Even though she’s almost 100 years old, the star shared with The New York Post that she had a crush on a fellow celebrity. The man is a host on one of the many game shows she’s appeared on.

Betty White, 96, will be the subject of the documentary “Betty White: First Lady of Television.” The film will air on August 21 on PBS at 8 p.m.

Steven J. Boettcher and Michael J. Trinklein filmed the documentary over a five-year period. It takes a look into White’s 80-year show-business career.

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For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. The documentary will include interviews with friends, colleagues, and admirers.

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Some of them are Tina Fey, Ryan Reynolds, Valerie Bertinelli, and Carl Reiner. In a recent interview, White opened up about her appearances on game shows.

There she revealed that she had a celebrity crush on one of the game show’s hosts.

She said, “I watch Jeopardy! First, it’s such a good game and second, I happen to have a huge crush on the host, Alex Trebek.”

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Ironically, she also confessed that she didn’t watch television that much. Trebek was credited as a narrator on an episode of a biographical television series called “Intimate Portrait.”

Coincidentally, the episode focused on the life of White. The star has also had a wide-spanning career with her hosting "Saturday Night Live" when she was 88-years-old.

She also made a Super Bowl commercial a few years later. White was the first woman to produce a sitcom, “Life With Elizabeth,” in which she also co-starred with Del Moore.

The show ran for 65 episodes and won 8 Emmys in primetime and daytime. The actress also co-starred in two television classics: “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “The Golden Girls.”

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