Golden Girl! Betty White Wins First Grammy Award at Age 90
The 90-year-young actress won her very first Grammy on Sunday, during the pre-telecast of the 54th Annual Grammy Awards. Betty won Best Spoken Word Album for "If You Ask Me (And of Course You Won't),” beating Tina Fey for "Bossypants" and Val Kilmer & Cast for "The Mark of Zorro," among others.
Betty already has seven Emmy Awards, plus many Screen Actors Guild Awards, People's Choice Awards, TV Land Awards and even a Teen Choice Award.
Some of the other Grammy winners awarded before the live show were Louis C.K. for Best Comedy Album; The Book of Mormon for Best Musical Theater Album; Kanye West for Best Rap Album and Rap/Sung Collaboration; Adele for Best Pop Vocal Album; Taylor Swift for Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance; Bon Iver for Best Alternative Music Album; Foo Fighters for Best Rock Song, Best Rock Album and Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance; Skrillex for Best Dance Recording (and two other awards), Stephen Marley for Best Reggae Album; and Tony Bennett earning his 16th Grammy for Traditional Pop Vocal Album, then getting another Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, along with the late Amy Winehouse.