The actress is capping off the day in which she received a much deserved Emmy nomination for her appearance as the oldest -- and might we say funniest -- "Saturday Night Live" host in history by announcing her next role: Calendar pinup girl!
The last surviving "Golden Girl" tells the BBC she's created a 2011 calendar to benefit the Morris Animal Foundation, which supports research on animal health and welfare.
The charity pictorial includes photos of the longtime animal activist posing with beloved creatures from the critter and human kingdom in a manner that will permanently seal her cougar reputation.
One shot features White reclining in a poolside chaise and being served by three shirtless, greased-up hunks dressed only in their Skivvies. Some of her favorite pets, maybe?
White says all proceeds from the $12.99 calendar -- due in September -- will benefit the foundation.
There's just no stopping her yet though! The 88-year-old actress is ALSO turning her eye to the world of fashion with a new unisex clothing line, according to a press release.
Apparel company Jerry Leigh has partnered with the octogenarian to produce the celebrity clothing line that consists of T-shirts and hoodies featuring the surviving Golden Girl's image; available now for $48 at HoodieBuddie.com.
A portion of proceeds will also reportedly benefit the Morris Animal Foundation. The line is surprisingly fashion-forward, and the "HoodieBuddies" feature earbuds and an input jack so you can rock out on the go.
Yeah Betty! You go girl! :-D