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Betty White Invited to Marine Corps Ball

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With both Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis attending a Marine Corps ball with their YouTube-made matches, the question going forward is how many other Marines (or civilians, for that matter) will now decide to ask their celebrity crushes out to a dance.

Well, there’s at least one more: Sgt. Ray Lewis has made his own video asking out a celeb that he thinks the world of. “She’s funny, she’s sweet, she’s mature. She’s the all-around perfect woman,” he says.

So who is Sgt. Lewis’ celebrity crush? Betty White, of course!

Sgt. Lewis thinks that he and the 89-year-old actress would be the perfect match. “I really think we’d have a good time. I think I can make her laugh. I think she can make me laugh. I think we can laugh together…So, call me!” he pleads in the video.

Betty has yet to respond, but how could she say no? I mean, the guy has some serious production value going in the video. He’s doing pull-ups and sit-ups to impress her, and he even has a movie-magic costume change in there.

Of course, we here at Ecorazzi think that Sgt. Lewis has excellent taste. Ms. White is an active animal activist and frequently graces the pages of Ecorazzi, whether she’s being honored for her animal rights work or signing chocolate bunnies for charity.

Check out Sgt. Lewis’ invitation to Betty White:



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