Why Betty White Wrote a Cursive Letter to the Internet

Jun 19, 2013  •  Post A Comment

Actress Betty White penned a handwritten letter to the Internet, which surfaced on the Facebook page for her TV Land show “Hot in Cleveland,” EW.com’s Inside TV reports. The purpose of the letter is to ask fans of the show to tune in to tonight’s live season-five premiere of the show.

The letter, posted Tuesday, is written in cursive and is addressed, "Dear Internet,” the piece reports. The note, the story says, "is basically perfect."

She writes, "Who knew at 91 that I would be blessed to work on yet another wonderful and fun sitcom! And boy, do I have a blast. Where else could I get to be a bride, a jailbird, a college freshman, and a fugitive in Amish Country?”

In a P.S., she adds, "Spread the word! Hot in Cleveland LIVE (and blooper free!) tomorrow night at 10/9 C." She ends the note with a heart, and signs her name with "XOXO."

Here it is:


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