Betty White is being touted as Hollywood's oldest comeback kid, but really the comedian—known for her starring roles in The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Golden Girls—never left. Still, after 62 years in the business, she's enjoying a surge in popularity and isn't done adding to her résumé. Her newest gig? Hosting Saturday Night Live. After a Facebook campaign and more than 500,000 fans demanded "Betty White to Host SNL (please?)!", Lorne Michaels and the gang have bestowed her with the honor of hosting this year's May 8 Mother's Day episode. Recently, Betty opened up about her rejuvenated popularity, what jokes she will never tell and her SNL jitters.