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Proceeds from the calendar will benefit the Morris Animal Foundation.
updated 7/7/2010 6:52:42 PM ET 2010-07-07T22:52:42

Betty White is catapulting to true "IT girl" status with her very own calendar.

It's true. The 88-year-old actress is posing for her own 2011 calendar. Some of the photos are archival, others are Betty with animals and more than one month features Betty posing with shirtless, beefcake-type men.

The Betty White Calendar costs $12.99 and will go on sale in September.

Royalties will go to the Morris Animal Foundation where White serves as a trustee.

In May, White became the oldest person to host "Saturday Night Live." She's co-starring in the new TV Land original sitcom, "Hot in Cleveland," which airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. Eastern/9 Central.

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Photos: Betty White's transformation

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  1. 1950

    The beautiful 28-year-old brunet co-hosted music roundup "Hollywood on Television" for a whopping five hours a day, six days a week. "We were one of the only games in town," she has said of her show with DJ Al Jarvis. "It was like television college."

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  2. 1958

    White sported a wavy pageboy when she played newlywed Vicki Angel on "Date with the Angels." (Everett Collection) Back to slideshow navigation
  3. 1975

    White went blond as the scheming (and sexy -- costar Ed Asner called her "one hot mama") Sue Ann Nivens on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show." Her role as the "Happy Homemaker" won her an Emmy. (CBS Photo Archive / Getty) Back to slideshow navigation
  4. 1985

    On the hit show, "The Golden Girls," she played naive Minnesotan Rose Nylund -- and won an Emmy. "I like Rose because she thought life was like a musical comedy," she has said. "It was going to have a happy ending no matter whatever happened."

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  5. 1982

    Blond bouffant, red lips, big smile -- at 60, the "Match Game" star embraced her look. (ABC Studios / Getty) Back to slideshow navigation
  6. 1999

    Super-producer David E. Kelley cast her in horror flick "Lake Placid." "I was looking for the sweetest, most grandmotherly type, who in fact was vicious and had a gutter mouth," he told EW. "Betty certainly personified the former, and she had no problem embracing the latter." (Columbia Tristar / Courtesy Everett Collection) Back to slideshow navigation
  7. 2010

    The now silver-haired star is hotter than ever with a hit viral Super Bowl ad, a hosting gig on "Saturday Night Live," and a role in the upcoming series "Hot in Cleveland." "At my age, you shouldn't have all this good stuff," she modestly told Entertainment Weekly. "But honestly, how lucky can I get?"

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