Famous actress Betty White’s health, at age 94, has seriously declined. Reports are that she hasn’t been seen in public recently, as she’s reportedly suffering from a serious level of Alzheimer’s.
Beloved by millions of fans, this is tragic news:
Beloved Betty White is secretly battling brain-robbing Alzheimer’s, friends fear. The 94-year-old Hollywood legend has kept a low profile since her birthday in January, making just one guest TV appearance on a prerecorded episode of NBC’s short-lived series Crowded in April, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal.
But what viewers didn’t see, according to sources, is the meltdown the actress had at the taping, struggling to find words and unable to remember her lines!
“Betty fears she’s losing her mind,” confided a source close to the aging star. “It was a terrible scene at the taping. The more she tried to get her lines, the worse it got, until she was in tears.”
Via Radar Online
An insider reports that Betty “says she was so well prepared, but when it came time to deliver, she felt she didn’t know where she was. Almost all her words disappeared from her mind.”
White, who won 8 Emmy Awards for roles in The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Golden Girls, has had a career that has lasted more than 75 years. Most recently, she starred as Elka Ostrovsky on TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland, which she has won two consecutive Screen Actors Guild Awards.