The Episode Of Charlie's Angels You Forgot Betty White Was In

Betty White had a career that most actors can only dream about, landing roles in both television and film for more than 80 years. 

Her most notable roles were for "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," "The Golden Girls," and "Hot in Cleveland." Her work earned her 21 Emmy Award nominations and five wins (per Television Academy), as well as a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Screen Actors Guild. 

"Timing isn't easy in comedy, because you have to navigate other people's timing. Betty pivots like I have never seen, making it look seamless," Sandra Bullock, who co-starred with White in "The Proposal," told People. "The rest of us just remain silent and pray we're not cut out of the scene."

While she's best known for her acting work, White also won a Grammy Award in 2011 for best spoken-word album for the recording of her book "If You Ask Me (And of Course You Won't)," and would also frequently sing and dance on her television shows throughout the years (per Billboard). 

In fact, White dreamed of being a singer as a child. "I wanted to be an opera singer, so I took very serious singing lessons," she revealed in 2012 (per Classic Country Music).

But fans might still be surprised to learn that a song featuring White was played in an episode of "Charlie's Angels" and even reached No. 1 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart in 2011.

Betty White rapped for a song featured in Charlie's Angels

While viewers of the "Charlie's Angels" reboot only got to enjoy eight episodes before it was canceled, they did get a surprise in the show's second installment, called "Runway Angels." 

During the episode, the Angels — played by Minka Kelly, Annie Ilonzeh, and Rachael Taylor — go undercover to investigate a young model's disappearance (per IMDb). In one scene, the song "I'm Still Hot," by British pop singer Luciana, plays, with a guest rap appearance by none other than Betty White.

Luciana and White also filmed a music video for the song, with some of the proceeds going to the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association, one of the many animal charities supported by White (per Idolator). 

The video featured shirtless musclemen, breakdancing, and even cheesecake. 

Luciana posted on Instagram after White's death.

"Long Live The Queen...Well, she certainly knew how to rock my world with her cheesecake.. Betty, it was a privilege working with you and you calling me a skinny b—h in the back of a limo... (what a sentence to get to say!!!!) I am so grateful to have had this time with you... what an honor..thank you for your talent and humour.. You will be forever missed."