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Betty White Opens Final Monday Night Football Game

Betty White may seem innocent like your grandma on the outside, but she’s never afraid to crack a joke, regardless how inappropriate it may be. It’s her innocent voice and demeanor that attract all the young teens and adults. Last year her cult following got her a gig as the host of Saturday Night Live, and she even found herself starring in a Superbowl commercial.

The 89-year-old comedian is returning to the National Football League for a short segment before the Monday Night Football (MNF) game this week. ESPN confirmed that the legendary actress filmed a skit that will air before the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints game. Monday is the last MNF game this season (*tear*), so what better way to go out than with a bang?

ESPN will not give any spoilers to the skit other than it was pre-recorded this week in California. Fans of her Snickers Superbowl commercial are likely to enjoy according to sources. Just what role could Betty White play? A hilarious skit featuring Betty White as a couch putting the players through grueling practices and game plays would be funny, or a grandma coming to visit the teams with a basketful of treats looking to cause some chaos.

Tune in to ESPN on Monday at 8:30p/7:30c to see Betty White’s cameo.


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Show:
- Monday Night Football
Person:
- Betty White
Network:
- ESPN

Written by: mawarner
Dec 24th, 2011, 8:41 am

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