Betty White Dabs For The Super Bowl, Claims To Be Cam Newton’s Mentor

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Actress Betty White stole the hearts of the audience of this year’s Super Bowl when she appeared in an opening video and did the now famous dab move. White showed off her dabbing skills and proved she is the coolest nonagenarian who ever existed.

White took the dabbing move to the next level in a Ron Howard-directed opening clip which featured a number of Hollywood celebrities who shared their Super Bowl memories. The star-studded clip included David Letterman and John Travolta, singer Bon Jovi and even Big Bird and Bugs Bunny. However, it was Betty White, who recently celebrated her 94th birthday that caught the attention of many when she demonstrated the perfect way to dab in the short video that aired on CBS on Sunday.

Betty White Dabs Like a Pro in the Super Bowl 50 Intro

White, who is best known for her role in the Golden Girls, claimed in the video she taught Cameron Newton “everything he knows.” The actress then surprised the audience when she move her arms and did the famous football gesture.

Right after the Super Bowl 50 opening aired, the irrepressible 94-year-old actress took to social media and joked that she trained the famous quarterback how to dab.

“I taught @CameronNewton everything he knows. #SuperBowl,” Betty White tweeted, along with a photo of her doing Newton’s signature move.

Newton, 26, serves as quarterback for the Carolina Panthers and was known for doing the famous move whenever he made a first down in the end zone. The Carolina Panthers faced the Denver Broncos on Sunday’s game, which was held at Levi’s Stadium in San Francisco.

Super Bowl 2016 kicked off with Lady Gaga’s moving rendition of the United States national anthem. Singer-songwriter Bruno Mars, British band Coldplay, and pop superstar Beyoncé were also in attendance. They entertained the cheering crowd as they performed during the halftime show.

Val Powell
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