Madame Tussauds Hollywood is joining Pink’s Hot Dog to celebrate Betty White’s 100th birthday at the Wax Museum located at 6933 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood. All proceeds will be donated to the Los Angeles Zoo.
The celebration of Betty White will take place on January 17, 2022 on the Walk of Fame. Fans and friends are welcome to honor her legacy while enjoying Pink’s infamous “Betty White Naked Hot Dog” from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Guests will enjoy a hot dog, take pictures with her wax figure for free at the entrance in the lobby and come together to honor the comedic icon with a group singalong of “Thank you for Being a Friend” at 12 p.m. Dollar donations will go directly to the LA Zoo as part of the #bettywhitechallenge.
January 17th was meant to be a magical day celebrating Hollywood’s favorite senior citizen, Betty White, who was turning 100. After her recent passing, Madame Tussauds Hollywood is honoring the actress by supporting her biggest passion: animal welfare. Madame
Tussauds is rallying her fans to join her celebration of life by taking photos with her identical wax figure, enjoying her favorite meal while donating to a cause that she deeply cherished.
Pink’s Hot Dog joined a long list of tributes to the actress and comedian who passed away on New Year’s Eve at the age of 99, just weeks from her 100th birthday. The Los Angeles destination has a shrine to Betty White with a photo of her eating the Betty White Naked Dog, which is just the beef and the bun with no toppings whatsoever. The Betty White Naked Dog will also remain on the menu forever.
A January 2nd tweet posted on the Pink’s Hot Dog official Twitter account states that for the next seven days, 100 percent of the proceeds for sales of the hot dog named after Betty will go the Los Angeles Zoo in acknowledgement of White’s animal rights activism and one of her favorite causes.
The Madame Tussauds event celebrating Betty White’s 100th birthday is a vaccine required event. Masks must be worn inside the museum; you can take off your mask for photos/videos with the figures.