• All Google searches for Betty White's name Monday resulted in a cascade of rose petals falling from the top of the screen
  • The Google search also showed the message, "Thank you for being a friend," in reference to the "Golden Girls" theme song
  • A special film event, "Betty White: A Celebration," was also screened in select theaters across the country Monday

Google is celebrating Betty White's birthday with a special tribute to the late star.

On Monday — what would have been White's 100th birthday — Google honored the actress with a "Golden Girls"-themed search result for all searches of her name. It features rose petals fluttering down the screen and a message that reads: "Thank you for being a friend."

The message is a famous line from the theme song for "The Golden Girls," which White starred in as Rose Nylund from 1985 to 1992, People reported.

Twitter users expressed their appreciation for Google's gesture.

"I’m crying. Well done, Google. Happy Birthday, Betty White. Thank you for being a friend," one person tweeted.

"Google [is] so dope for this dedication to #BettyWhite," another wrote.

"It was beautiful and made me cry," a third user commented.

Also on Monday, a special film event, "Betty White: A Celebration," was screened in select theaters across the country to pay tribute to the late Hollywood icon.

The movie was originally titled "Betty White: 100 Years Young" before she passed away. It showcased various clips showing the growth of her career, from her early role in a 1950s sitcom to "Golden Girls," "Hot in Cleveland" and "The Proposal," according to People.

The film was produced and directed by Steven Boettcher. He previously told People that White recorded her own message for the movie 10 days before she died.

"She was great, she was funny, she was the adorable Betty White we all know and love," Boettcher said about White. "I mean, you see her and you just can't help but love her and she was amazing — just amazing."

He continued, "She was really pointed too about talking to the fans and just saying how much love and admiration she has for them, and it's so sincere, she really meant it. And this was her idea to do this little video. It was not our idea, so I think that even makes it more special."

Boettcher and White had worked on the film together for the past decade, and the project drew them closer. He described the finished film as "just truly Betty."

"People getting together and celebrating Betty is really the most important thing and the reason we went forward with it, because Betty would have wanted it," he added.

In addition to White, the project features a star-studded cast of her celebrity friends, including Ryan Reynolds, Tina Fey, Robert Redford, Lin Manuel- Miranda, Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman, Jay Leno, Carol Burnett, Craig Ferguson, Jimmy Kimmel, Valerie Bertinelli, James Corden, Wendy Malick and Jennifer Love Hewitt.

White passed away on Dec. 31 at age 99. News of her death was confirmed by her agent and longtime pal Jeff Witjas, who later shut down claims that the cause was related to the COVID-19 vaccine booster.

"People are saying her death was related to getting a booster shot three days earlier, but that is not true. She died of natural causes," he was quoted by Page Six as saying. "Her death should not be politicized — that is not the life she lived."

White's death certificate revealed that she died of a cerebrovascular accident caused by a stroke. She had a stroke a week before her death.

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Actress Betty White is pictured on June 20, 2015. Amanda Edwards/WireImage