Betty White attributed a long, happy life to doing what she loved – including eating hot dogs, vodka
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Betty White seemed to have it all figured out.
The television icon died on Friday at the age of 99, a few days before her 100th birthday.
The “Golden Girls” alum spoke of the upcoming milestone often and promoted it with a cover story on People magazine.
Throughout her later years, the star has often been asked what contributed to her longevity, as not only did she outlive many of her contemporaries, but she continued to work until her death.
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In 2018, White spoke to Parade magazine, revealing that the secret to her long, happy life was, in part, her consumption of foods she loved, like vodka and hot dogs – “probably in that order” – rather than restricting their diet. .
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When Sandra Bullock, co-star of White’s “The Proposal,” paid tribute to the late icon, she referred to the Dumb Diet.
“I don’t drink vodka… but I will do it tonight – on ice, with a lemon wedge with a hot dog on the other side and it’s going to be sad,” Bullock, 57, said in a statement to Fox News via her. representing. “I’m going to have to buy rose-colored glasses because Betty was that for all of us.”
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Of course, White attributed his happiness to a positive attitude as well.
“Enjoy life,” she told Parade. “Emphasize the positive, not the negative. It sounds so trite, but a lot of people will choose something to complain about, rather than say, “Hey, that was awesome! “It’s not hard to find good things if you look.”
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Just a day before his death, White shared a statement with Fox News via his rep regarding his lasting happiness.
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“I’ve always been an arrogant optimist,” the star said. “I got it from my mom. I’ll stick with that.”
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