Captain America doesn’t need to be saving the world to be a hero
In the “awww” moment of the night on Tuesday, “Captain America” star Chris Evans lent a hand to escort 93-year-old Golden Girl Betty White to the stage to accept her People’s Choice award for favorite TV Icon.
The major Marvel hero, who took home an award the same night for Favorite Action-Movie Actor, was eager to act like a gentleman when presenter Ellen DeGeneres announced White as the winner.
White began her promising television career in 1953 by starring in two seasons of sitcom “Life with Elizabeth,” and eventually rose to fame in the ’70s as Sue Ann Nivens on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.” After regularly guest starring on “The Love Boat” in the early ’80s, White scored another sitcom hit in 1985 with “The Golden Girls,” which ran until 1992.
These days, White is still ruling television as Elka Ostrovsky on TV Land sitcom “Hot in Cleveland,” and hosts her own NBC prank show, “Betty White‘s Off Their Rockers.”
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