Betty White got quite the work party for her 93rd birthday: a hula-themed flash mob.
The "Hot in Cleveland" actress, who turned 93 on Saturday, appeared overwhelmed by the dozens of people who poured out from a couple of soundstages as she was driven by golf cart -- costar Dave Foley behind the wheel -- to the set on Friday.
Her reactions, captured in the video above, were priceless.
White is greeted daily on the set by a hula dance from her assistant, according to People, but this display took it up way more than a notch.
"At 93 years old, you shouldn't be doing this!," she exclaimed at the end of the celebration, which included a smattering of skilled Hawaiian-style entertainers, an abundance of hula skirts and a casual Friday's worth of Hawaiian shirts.
A special finale dance and special hugs from the ladies came from Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and Garry Marshall as a "Happy Birthday Betty" banner was rolled out. The party continued on the set with a Hawaiian-themed birthday cake.
"#BestDayEver!," Bertinelli tweeted. "We flash mobbed Betty for her birthday! Video to come...."
Check out that video, if you're in the mood for warm fuzzies on a Monday.
"Cleveland," which airs at 10 p.m. Wednesdays on TV Land, is in its sixth and final season.