Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock Put Their Own Spin on 'Happy Birthday' as Betty White Turns 98

Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock Put Their Own Spin on 'Happy Birthday' as Betty White Turns 98

Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds are celebrating Betty White’s 98th birthday!

White’s costars from the 2009 romantic comedy, The Proposal, teamed up to sing “Happy Birthday” to the legendary actress on Friday — with a few changes, as shown in a video on Reynolds’ Instagram account.

The video features Bullock, 55, and Reynolds, 43, switching back and forth singing the beginning of the traditional song, but the stars soon switch it up, jokingly competing for who loves White the most.

“From Sandy, who loves you more than Ryan,” Bullock sings before Reynolds jumps in with, “From Ryan, who loves you so much more than Sandy.”

“What does Sandy do for you every year?” the Deadpool actor continues, as singing footage from Bullock continues to interrupt him. “I mean, does she like … show up and hand-deliver flowers for you wearing nothing but black socks and a dozen gold bracelets, just like you requested? Doubt it.”

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Happy 98th Birthday to the one and only Betty White! #XCVIII 🎂

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“I love you! Happy birthday! Mwah!” Bullock ends her segment, while the last shot of Reynolds shows him fake crying into the camera.

Finally, a touching graphic reading “Happy 98th Birthday Betty!” appears, with an instrumental version of the Golden Girls theme song playing over it.

“Happy 98th Birthday to the one and only Betty White! #XCVIII 🎂,” Reynolds, who played White’s grandson in The Proposal, captioned the fun post.

It’s true tha

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Karlie Kloss Opens Up About Her Political Views After Viral Kushner Comment on Project Runway

Karlie Kloss Opens Up About Her Political Views After Viral Kushner Comment on Project Runway

Karlie Kloss is making exactly what her political views are crystal clear after a Project Runway contestant awkwardly made a joke about her in-laws, the Kushners.

During an appearance on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen Thursday night, Kloss, 27, was asked to discuss her views in light of the fact that she’s married to Joshua Kushner, the brother of presidential aid and Ivanka Trump‘s husband Jared Kushner.

“Andy,” Kloss began, in a matter of fact way. “I’m sure I’m not the only person in this country who does not necessarily agree with their family on politics.”

Her response prompted her fellow guest Martha Stewart to say: “Good answer.”

Kloss continued to detail her position explaining, “I voted as a democrat in 2016 and I plan to do the same in 2020.”

As for what she thought about Project Runway contestant Tyler Neasloney’s joke about Kloss wearing his design to “dinner with the Kushners,” the model said: “I was honored to be one of the first memes of the decade.”

However, for Kloss, it wasn’t at all about Neasloney’s comment, but instead his failed design.

“Honestly, the real tragedy of this whole thing is that no one is talking about how terrible that dress was. That’s why he went home. I would not wear that dress to any dinner,” Kloss said.

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Neasloney previously cleared the air about the comment he made during an interview with Bravo’s The Daily Dish.

“I felt like we had built a really cool rapport. I was laughing, they were laughing, we were going tit-for-tat. There was shade, there were jokes, and it was really fun,” Neasloney said of judges Kloss,  Brandon Maxwell, Elaine Welteroth and Nina Garcia.

“So, I came into the episode 4 runway after being in the bottom twice before that in a row, I came in there being like I’m friendly with the judges now. We’ve spoken, we’ve kikied, we’ve laughed. I can be my normal self,” he told

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Modern Family Kills Off Phil Dunphy's Dad Frank After Their Emotional Final Scene Together

Modern Family Kills Off Phil Dunphy's Dad Frank After Their Emotional Final Scene Together

Modern Family has said goodbye to a beloved character.

On Wednesday’s episode, titled “Legacy,” Phil Dunphy (Ty Burrell) shared one final goodbye with his father Frank (Fred Willard), who died of old age.

Viewers learned in the episode that Frank was found wandering a grocery store alone, which prompted Phil to grow concerned that his father was suffering from dementia.

When Phil gave Frank a haircut and questioned him about the grocery store incident, he also asked if Frank ever wanted to have another child.

“If you had another kid, maybe he would have taken over the business and you wouldn’t have had to sell it,” Phil said. “I always feel bad that I didn’t.”

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“The answer is no, Phil, never,” Frank replied. “Well, you did take over the family business, didn’t you? Keeping life light, making it fun for everybody.”

With a smile on his face, Phil said to his dad, “I learned from the best.”

The show then cut to a confessional of Phil: “When I was growing up, he was the cool dad. He knew all the dances from Grease and he knew all the expressions. BFF: best friends forever, TMI: too much Information, BJ: blue jeans. Makes me feel lucky. ”

“We didn’t do much that day, but it might have been one of the best days I’ve ever had with my dad,” he added. “I just didn’t know it would be the last.”

In the next scene, the family — including Gloria (Sofia Vergara), Cameron (Eric Stonestreet), Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Claire (Julie Bowen) — was gathered together as Phil made an emotional eulogy in honor of his late father.

“My dad was okay, and my takeaway from our day was, don’t miss the chance to let the people you appreciate know that,” he said.

Willard, 80, played Frank for 14 episodes across all 11 seasons. In 2010, the role garnered Willard an Emmy nomination for outstanding guest actor in a comedy series.

His character’s death is the second to come from the series in the last two seasons. In season 10, the show killed off Claire and Mitchell’s mom, DeDe (Shelley Long).

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How Dwayne Johnson's Dad, Wrestler Rocky Johnson, Paved the Way for His Famous Son

How Dwayne Johnson's Dad, Wrestler Rocky Johnson, Paved the Way for His Famous Son

Years before Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson took the WWE — and then the world — by storm, his dad Rocky “Soul Man” Johnson paved the way.

Rocky died on Wednesday at 75, almost 40 years after he made his WWE debut in 1983 and quickly became a popular mainstay. Teaming up with fellow wrestler Tony Atlas, the two became the first African-Americans to become the World Tag Team Champions in WWE history in December 1983,  just months after Rocky’s debut.

The wrestler would go on to have a wildly popular career before retiring in 1991  — and quickly started training his young son to take over the family business and carry his legacy.

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In 2018, Dwayne, 47, talked about how hard the training was in revealing he’d gifted his father a new car after the former wrestler went through hip replacement surgery.

“Hey my old man was a tough MF on me. He’d kick my ass from one side of the gym to the other for years. I hated it when I was a kid, but grateful for it as a man. Im lucky I could do this and thanks for the ass kickins,” Dwayne wrote.

Thanks to the training and the charisma he inherited from his “old man,” Dwayne went on to have one of the most successful careers in sports-entertainment before transitioning to a still-skyrocketing movie career.

And the proud son got to pay his dad back in the sweetest way in 2008, when he helped induct Rocky into the WWE Hall of Fame.

RELATED: Dwayne Johnson Credits His Dad for Showing Him What It Means to Be a Man and ‘More Importantly a Father’

Rocky was born in Nova Scotia, Canada as Wayde Douglas Bowles and began wrestling at the age of 16. He started his career in 1964 and later became a National Wrestling Alliance Georgia Champion and won several other championships throughout the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s.

Rocky married Ata Maivia in 1970 and he two welcomed their son, Dwayne, in 1972. They later divorced in 2003. In Dwayne’s first acting job, he portrayed his father in a 1999 episode of That ‘70s Show titled “That Wrestling Show.”

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Happy Father’s Day to this hardly ever smiling OG bad ass. Little boys by nature, look up to

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New Vanderpump Rules Star Max Boyens Used the N-Word Multiple Times in Resurfaced Racist Tweets

New Vanderpump Rules Star Max Boyens Used the N-Word Multiple Times in Resurfaced Racist Tweets

One of Vanderpump Rules‘ new cast members has been slammed by the show’s fans for several racist comments he previously shared on social media.

Several tweets from Max Boyens, the general manager of TomTom who is featured in season eight of the Bravo reality series, have come to light, revealing extremely racist and homophobic language.

“It upsets me that the word n— is not allowed to be said unless you are black because quite honestly it’s my favorite word,” he wrote on Twitter in 2012, seen by PEOPLE and captured by the Instagram account Bravo and More.

Bravo did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

In another tweet from 2012, Boyens wrote, “Something about Asians that just makes me want to punch them in the suck hole.”

Yet another tweet read, “Theres this girl I see everyday @ school, she looks just like the girl from the movie precious & I’m not just saying this cuz she’s big and black.”

In one tweet, Boyens said he thought that Justin Bieber should use the n-word in his songs, calling him “queer” for not using the word.

“When is Justin Bieber going to realize that saying n— and cussing and having big booty bitches in his songs is the cool thing to do #queer,” he wrote in another 2012 tweet.

Boyens has since made his Twitter account private.

In a statement to PEOPLE, Boyens apologized for the tweets, saying that he is “disgusted and embarrassed.”

“I want to sincerely apologize for what I tweeted in 2012 — it was wrong on every level,” his statement said. “It is not a representation of who I am. I am shocked I ever tweeted that — and I am disgusted and embarrassed — I am truly sorry.”

RELATED: Vanderpump Rules‘ New Cast Members Brett, Dayna and Max Spill on Their ‘Surreal’ Experience

Boyens previously dated Vanderpump Rules star Scheana Shay, as was teased in a trailer for the new season.

“Figuring out what’s your storyline going to be, or how are you going to be interesting to people that don’t know you — you don’t think about that, it just happens,” Boyens told PEOPLE earlier this month before the premiere of the new season.

“You just keep filming and filming, and over the course of time, you see it’s all on camera, and you’re like, ‘Wow,

Read more: https://people.com/tv/vanderpump-rules-max-boyens-racist-tweets/

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