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In addition to handing awards, TV Land Awards honored Betty White and the Osmonds, as well as paying tribute to the late Joan Rivers.
The 'Hot in Cleveland' actress will be honored at the upcoming 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards set for April 26.
The 'Hot in Cleveland' star was welcomed to work on Friday with a hula-dancing flash mob in honor of her 93rd birthday.
TV Land is not giving the popular Betty White sitcom another season beyond the currently-running one.
Some fans apparently misread the headline of a satirical news article about the star of 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' dying her hair.
The 'Hot in Cleveland' star, fully clothed, swings on a wrecking ball in an attempt to attract people to her show 'Betty White's Off Their Rockers' which moves from NBC to Lifetime.
The five-foot, two-inch cake, which was created by 'Cake Boss' star Buddy Valastro, is covered in modeling chocolate and features the Friars Club's motto, 'We only roast the ones we love.'
'It's all a misunderstanding,' tweets Valerie Bertinelli minutes after she informed her followers that White is 'VERY upset' because the verified BettyMWhite account is 'NOT her.'
The found footage sc-fi bags a solid $22 million, defeating other new releases, 'The Woman in Black' and 'Big Miracle', which land on the second and fourth place respectively.
'It's about time somebody wanted me for my voice, and not my body,' says the veteran comedienne when Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Cee-Lo Green rush into her room.
Tina Fey, Hugh Jackman and President Barack Obama are some of those who make jokes about the 'Hot in Cleveland' actress, while Zachary Levi surprises the comedienne with a marriage proposal.
Also being included in the star-studded line-up for the celebration which will air on NBC are Jay Leno, Carol Burnett, Joel McHale, as well as White's former and current co-stars.
The 'Hot in Cleveland' star turns up the beat and struts her stuff surrounded by half-naked guys in this newly-premiered music video for a good cause.
In a sketch for 'The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson', the 'Hot in Cleveland' actress announces her presidential run while admitting to the host that she is flat broke.
Getting the highest favorability rating in a poll about celebrities who are likely to drive up a brand's business, the 'Hot in Cleveland' star beats the likes of Denzel Washington and Sandra Bullock.