(LOS ANGELES) -- Former Golden Girls star Betty White has become the latest celebrity to be honored with a wax figure at Madame Tussauds museum.
"I'm 90 years old," the Hot In Cleveland actress said at her induction ceremony in Los Angeles on Monday. "You don't expect this kind of an honor at 90."
Indeed, White has become the oldest celebrity to be immortalized by the famed museum, though she admitted it could have happened decades earlier.
"It was supposed to happen back with The Golden Girls, but Bea Arthur wouldn't do it," said White, who joked about the painstaking $300,000 doppelganger. "Would it have killed [Tussauds] to do this 50 years ago before gravity took over? Seriously, it will be an honor to stand among the greats like George Burns and Lucille Ball."
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