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Betty White Flirts With Alex Pettyfer, Both Actors Auction Off Kisses

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Alex Pettyfer and Betty White (Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

Betty White is still such a hot property, even a peck on the cheek goes for top dollar.

The 91-year-old "Hot in Cleveland" star appeared at Saturday's GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles, where she and "Magic Mike" hunk Alex Pettyfer enjoyed some creative fundraising.

Both actors offered up a kiss to the highest bidder, all in support of GLAAD's efforts to promote the visibility of LGBT folks through the media.

But before White gave herself up to the crowd, she made a move on Pettyfer.

"I've been around the block. I've seen a lot of things, and I've done one or two ... you get it?" she asked, getting laughs from the crowd and a red-faced smile from Pettyfer.

A few bidders went after White's lips, but it was one of White's former co-stars from the "Mary Tyler Moore" show that triumphed: Cloris Leachman!

Omg! was in the house at L.A. Live's JW Marriott Hotel and witnessed Leachman trying to slip White some tongue -- though White wasn't having it (you can watch their delightful exchange below).

Pettyfer almost went to a lucky guy in the crowd for $6,000, but White stole the bidder's thunder -- she won the bid herself to give Pettyfer a wet one for $6,100.

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Drew Barrymore (Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

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Charlize Theron (Getty Images)

It wasn't all May-December lust at the show: Jennifer Lawrence charmed, guy candy including Matt Bomer, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Chris Evans stopped by to present awards, and leading ladies like Charlize Theron and Drew Barrymore gave touching tributes to their kids.

While the case for marriage equality continues being debated by the Supreme Court, much of the night's discussion was about family.

"I didn't come from a traditional family," Barrymore said at the top of the program, getting choked up. She and husband Will Kopelman welcomed their first child, Olive, in September.

"I had to build my own, and everyone has [that right]," she added.

Hollywood power lawyer Steve Warren took home the Stephen F. Kolzak award for his work to eliminate homophobia in his community and beyond.

His clients Theron and DiCaprio gave a touching tribute about how he's helped their careers, but moreover, has become family to both of them,. Theron shared, "I may be biased, but I think the best work he's ever done was helping me bring home my beautiful son Jackson."


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