Beloved actress Betty White would've turned 100-year-old today.
Remembering Betty White on her 100ᵗʰ birthday
Today is Jan. 17 -- Dozens of fans took to social media on Monday to wish television icon what would've been her 100th birthday.
The comic actress has won eight Emmy Awards throughout her decades-long career. She is known for her roles in The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Golden Girls and Hot in Cleveland, as well as countless memorable appearances on TV game and talk shows.
The star-studded 39 half-hours features fellow animal-loving icons, including Carol Burnett, Mary Tyler Moore, Doris Day, Bher 1urt Reynolds, Jimmy Stewart, Shirley Jones, James Brolin, and dozens more.
The series ran from 1971 to 1972─the talk show was split into four segments which would see Betty bring out a guest star to showcase their pets, talk about the animal, then transition to a segment on a select species.
The show also featured an animal expert before the episode concluded with Betty and sometimes her guest stars outside with a wild animal, among them a 500-pound Bengal Tiger, a Black Bear, and an Asian Elephant.
Betty White was flooded with tributes on Monday from her famous friends, fans and media publications across the world her iconic legacy will live on forever.