A man has started a GoFundMe page to raise money to keep actress Betty White alive after fears of a supposed “celebrity curse” have come to light towards the end of 2016.

Many prominent celebrities died over the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays

The end of 2016 has notably been marked with the sudden death of various Celebrities that marked this following November and December. Television actors Ron Glass and Florence Henderson died close to the Thanksgiving holiday, and well-known singer George Michael died on the Christmas holiday, among others.

Most recently, actress Carrie Fisher of “Star Wars” fame passed away after a well-publicized battle with heart failure, only for her mother, actress Debbie Reynolds, to pass away the following day.

However, people are starting to fear that long-lived actress Betty White, best known to modern audiences as her role of Rose Nylund in "The Golden Girls," may be next before the year closes. Demetrios Hrysikos of South Carolina has started a GoFundMe page with the intention of starting a campaign to keep the actress alive for the remainder of the year.

What do we know about the GoFundMe campaign?

The campaign’s goal was originally to earn around $2,000 for the purpose of its goals, but earned over $3,000 within a day of its posting. After the quick success of the promotion, the goal was raised to a desired $10,000, in which over half has been earned as of this writing.

It has been said that if White refuses the money raised, Hrysikos will instead donate the money to charity, particularly highlighting the “Spartanburg Little Theater,” and later confirmed at least some of the money will be going to the head of the theater company in a released statement.

In said statement, Hrysikos also said he will appear on the local access show, “Your Carolina” to promote the funding.

It is currently unknown if White herself has responded to the campaign or is herself aware of the funding.

This is ironically not the first time that fans of White feared a “curse” would end her life. Many had feared that she would have been the victim of a supposed “Golden Girls” curse after her three co-stars had each died within corresponding years of each other, with Estelle Getty passing in 2008, Bea Arthur passing in 2009, and Rue McClanahan passing in 2010.

At the time, it was especially feared as White had been the oldest of the three actresses. Fears of such a curse were put aside when the actress survived 2011.

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