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Betty White Poses With Half-Naked Men for Charity

July 8, 2010 (3:44 am) GMT
The 88-year-old star has posed with animals and half-naked men wearing shorts for the Betty White Calendar in a bid to benefit the Morris Animal Foundation.
Betty White

has become America's newest pin-up girl. The "Golden Girls" legend has graced her own 2011 calendar which shows her posing with animals and getting surrounded by three half-naked men wearing shorts.

The Betty White Calendar costs $12.99 and will go on sale in September. The proceeds of the calendar, which is released by Workman Publishing, will benefit the Morris Animal Foundation, a veterinary research organization based in Denver that protects, treats and cures animals on every continent.

In the Morris Animal Foundation, 88-year-old White serves as a trustee. According to the foundation website, they have funded more than 1,600 studies, many of which have led to animal health breakthroughs in diagnostics, treatments, prevention and cures.

"Betty is classy, earthy and unassuming," a spokesperson for the Morris Animal Foundation said in a statement. "She's also got a fantastic sense of humor about herself - and that's our idea of a centerfold!"

Professionally, Betty White recently had her new TV series "" premiered in June. In the show, White plays a sassy caretaker of the property which , and 's characters rented.

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