Betty White, Mary Tyler Moore, etc.: Who is the 'Golden Girl of Entertainment?' [POLL]
Consider the competition:
Carol Burnett - At 78, Burnett hasn't slowed down much. In 2010, she guest starred on the hit show " Glee" as Sue Sylvester's mother Doris. And the year before that Burnett earned an Emmy nomination for her work on " Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." She even made a return for one of the last episodes of " All My Children."
Cloris Leachman - The 85-year-old shot back into pop culture after her run on " Dancing with the Stars" and is now a series regular on the hit comedy " Raising Hope."
Mary Tyler Moore - White's former cast mate is still busy at 75. She guest starred on " Hot in Cleveland" in 2011 and gave White a ribbing at her 90th birthday special. She'll also soon receive the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award.
Barbara Walters - It's impossible to overlook the 82-year-old Walters. She's a regular on " The View," a show she also produces. Plus Walters contributes to ABC's news magazine " 20/20" and has periodic TV specials including her famed " Most Fascinating People."
So this begs the question, who is the "Golden Girl of Entertainment?"