What's your favorite Betty White moment? It's not an easy question to answer. I have a couple hilarious moments to share that you may not have seen before.

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Watching Betty White in this NFL Season Kickoff commercial from 2019 is a big reminder of how incredibly easy it was to be a big fan of hers.

Betty White did nothing you couldn't love. I hope the NFL gave her a truckload of money for this one.

What's your favorite Betty White moment?

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I'll share my favorite Betty White clip in a bit. Just like this NFL commercial you're about to see, she says a few things that seem out of character (assuming that she wasn't like this at home and we just never knew it).

This television commercial was to promote the big kickoff to the NFL's 100th season, featuring the greatest matchup in profession football,

The Green Bay Packers VS The Chicago Bears

It was a big showdown at Soldier Field. The Packers won the game 10 - 3.

The NFL's 100th season, watch Betty White take a little time to recognize that wonderful fact.

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Yes Betty, you will always be BADASS, but it was a scene in the 1999 movie Lake Placid that is my all-time favorite Betty White moment.

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In this film, she played the role of 'Delores Bickerman', who much like Betty was also a big animal lover. The film happens to actually feature a BIG ANIMAL... a 30-foot crocodile.

It's at the very end of this clip the Betty White delivers, in my opinion, the funniest line of her career.

Don't fast forward to the end of the video, watch the whole scene!

Goodbye, Betty. And thank you.

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