Betty White has popped up everywhere lately - she's in movies and on award shows and in a Super Bowl commercial and, of course, on Craig Ferguson's couch - but the one place she never thought she'd wind up was hosting Saturday Night Live. "Well, at my age, I'm an old broad. ... I said, 'I'd rather watch it than do it,'" she recalls of her initial reaction to the invitation to host.
Her agent, though, really wanted her to do it. "To be invited to do a show as current and choice as Saturday Night Live, he thought would be a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a different direction to go in," she says.
Besides, is there anyone as current and choice as the resurgent White?
Joining White - who at 88 will be the show's oldest host ever - for the Mother's Day-themed episode will be musical guest Jay-Z and six former SNL players: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Molly Shannon, Maya Rudolph, Ana Gasteyer and Rachel Dratch.
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