Ryan Reynolds, Valerie Bertinelli, Henry Winkler and more pay tribute to Betty White

Ryan Reynolds published a caring homage to long time good friend and “The Proposal” costar, who passed away Friday at the age of 99.

“The world looks different now,” Reynolds composed. “She was great at defying expectation. She managed to grow very old and somehow, not old enough. We’ll miss you, Betty. Now you know the secret.”

White’s “Hot in Cleveland” costar Valerie Bertinelli composed, “Rest in peace, sweet Betty. My God, how bright heaven must be right now.”

Comic Kathy Griffin composed that White was constantly accepting of her.

“She treated me like we were in the same club or something,” Griffin tweeted in a long thread about White, “She actually treated me like an equal in the comedy gurrrl world. She was as sharp and funny as she was soft and wise …and no matter how long this world continues to spin, there will be only one Betty White.”

The Martin Luther King Jr. Center thanked White “for being a friend.”

Andy Cohen, who is set to host a Brand-new Year’s Eve special with Anderson Cooper on CNN Friday, tweeted, “Tonight we will raise MANY glasses to the WONDERFUL legacy of Betty White!!!”

Starlet Debra Messing composed, “Betty White. Oh noooooooo. I grew up watching and being delighted by her. She was playful and daring and smart. We all knew this day would come but it doesn’t take away the feeling of loss. A national treasure, indeed. Fly with the Angels.”

Star George Takei composed, “Our national treasure, Betty White, has passed just before her 100th birthday. Our Sue Ann Nivens, our beloved Rose Nylund, has joined the heavens to delight the stars with her inimitable style, humor, and charm. A great loss to us all. We shall miss her dearly.”

GLAAD required to Twitter to applaud White for her assistance of the LGBTQ+ neighborhood.

“We are heartbroken over the death of Betty White, a longtime friend of GLAAD and supporter of LGBTQ equality and acceptance. Our hearts go out to her loved ones and fans.”

The Television Academy remembered the five-time Emmy winner on the organization’s official Twitter account.

Actor Henry Winkler composed, “Betty White : I[t] is very hard to absorb you are not here anymore.”

Comedy Central’s official Twitter page posted, “Betty White showed that funny was ageless.”

Author Roxane Gay wrote, “RIP to Betty White who was charming, delightful, hilarious, talented and unproblematic for 99.9 years.”

Star and director Marlon Wayans paid homage on Facebook.

This female… beyond the skill… the smile… the spirit. I swear i believed she’d live permanently,” Wayans wrote. “And, she will. Through her work, her smile, her love of life. May all of us live ” A Betty White Life.”

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.