Representing TV comedy, the actors did a cover shoot for New York magazine which puts in scope the revolution of television since White's decade.
Two unlikely TV personalities were placed under one frame in the next cover of New York Magazine. Tracy Morgan and Betty White teamed up to create what they find in common, comedy, during the photo shoot which went as far as shirts being removed and breast being cupped.
In a behind the scene video provided by the publication, Morgan and White tried every pose possible to show them as a fun couple. The photographer Jake Chessum told White to cup Morgan's breast from behind and claw his face. Later, they switched persona when Morgan rocked a granny nightgown and White donned a jumpsuit.
"An old tradition of scene-stealing comics gets a kick in the a** from Betty White and Tracy Morgan," it is said in the article preview. The issue will be available on newsstands May 24.
The cover is done as part of the mag's "Televisionaries" edition. Also featured in the volume are "Modern Family", "Dexter", "The Good Wife", "Parks and Recreation", "Breaking Bad" and "Party Down" among others.