Betty White Gives Us A Hilarious House Tour

Betty White Gives Us A Hilarious House Tour

We’ve seen Betty White excel at a lot of things, and comedy is definitely one of them. Humor seems to follow her everywhere and this time is no different. Betty White gives us a hilarious house tour, and we can’t stop laughing.


We know her from the famous sitcom The Golden Girls. She was the silly, naive character known as Rose. Betty is the last surviving member of the show’s amazing quartet of lead actresses that included Bea Arthur, Estelle Getty, and Rue McClanahan.

While she keeps a smile on her face, she keeps the jokes spilling from her mouth!

“Oh, hi there. I’m Betty White. Welcome to my crib.”

She’s so funny that the sight of her generates giggles for some (not just me, right?) And the moment she says “crib” like she is a youngster on MTV Cribs makes the line even funnier.

The first stop on the house tour is the kitchen. On the surface, the kitchen looks quite ordinary. Then she opens the refrigerator, replete with energy drinks and a pyramid of hotdogs. A literal pyramid of hotdogs, which she then claims is for her dog.

But we know Betty White.

Next, Betty shows off her aquarium and fish collection. The tank is actually quite impressive, immeshed seamlessly inside the wall as though the tank is a live picture frame. Though the only thing really moving on the inside is a lone fish.

Poor thing.

“And this is where the magic happens,” she says with a smile as she presents her bedroom. Yikes! The camera pans to a magician and his female assistant where they present a magic trick.
“What’d you think I meant?” she asks at the tour’s conclusion.

Now, now, Betty.

God has surely blessed Betty with many years of age. She is now 98! Not only that, but God blessed her with the gift of humor and her gift keeps on giving. We all have gifts much like her, but unique to ourselves.

Some are gifted in communication, dancing, teaching, sculpting, leading. What are some of your gifts?

May we use our talents to spread love, hope, and joy to those around us, today and every day.

“Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.” James 1:17