Betty White Is Down for a ‘Golden Girls’ Reboot as She Turns 95

“I’m sure at 95, I’m sure they’d want me,” White tells Katie Couric

Betty White “can’t believe” she turned 95-years-old today. The rest of us probably can’t believe a 95-year-old woman would still want to keep working. But she does.

“Nope. No, seriously, I can’t. I keep thinking, Betty, you’re 95 years old. I’m so blessed with good health and faculties and I’ve got memories and all that. You can’t really expect that at 95. I am the luckiest old broad on two feet,” the iconic actress told Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric during a wide-ranging interview.

“I just appreciate the fact that people have been so kind to me all these years,” White said. “The fact that I’m still working — that’s the thing I’m most grateful for, that I still get asked for jobs.”

Couric and White spoke about everything from a “Golden Girls” reboot to her love of animals, but through it all White displayed the humorous personality that has made her Hollywood royalty.

“Yes, yes, but then all of a sudden Rose came up and I loved her because she was so innocent. Not the brightest nickel in the drawer, but she was fun to do,” White joked about almost being cast to play Blanche instead of Rose on “Golden Girls.”

She even seemed open to a reboot of the show. “I’d want to do it,” she said, before joking sarcastically, “I’m sure at 95, I’m sure they’d want me.”