Remember when Blake Shelton serenaded his celebrity crush with a special birthday song?

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She may be one of the most celebrated actresses in entertainment history. In fact, she holds the Guinness record for the longest television career of any woman. Whether she was playing television favorites Sue Ann Nivens, Rose Nylund or Elka Ostrovsky, or a character in a career of films that started in 1945, Betty White is a national treasure.

Just ask Blake Shelton. The country star was on hand five years ago to help celebrate Betty’s 90th birthday during an NBC TV special where he not only admitted his longtime crush on the silver-haired actress, but he also chronicled his crush and her career in a clever revision of his hit song “Honey Bee.”

Getting to know Betty White

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Now, five years later on her 95th birthday, we’re finding out that Blake isn’t the only country star harboring a not-so-secret crush on the animal activist. Handsome young country hunk, Michael Ray, has also professed his love for the actress. The “Think A Little Less” singer took to his Twitter, declaring that Jan. 17 should be a national holiday.

Although Betty is best known for playing air-headed, yet sassy characters on TV, she also hosted her own talk show in the 1950s and was a respected singer and dancer. So, is there a possibility that she and Blake or even Michael could join voices for a great country duet? At the age of 95, she’s has most definitely earned the right to do whatever she pleases.

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And hey, if she can “get low,” we think she can handle Blake.

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