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Carol Burnett Reveals Which Trendy Cocktail She Prefers at Age 90

The 'Palm Royale' star is taking a cue from Carrie Bradshaw when it comes to happy hour

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Carol Burnett in 'Palm Royale'

Carol Burnett enjoys a classy happy hour drink.

During an interview with Extra, the Hollywood icon revealed what her go-to beverage is when she’s in the mood for a cocktail.

In her upcoming Apple TV+ series Palm Royale, Burnett's character sips on a drink made by Robert (Ricky Martin). When asked what she’d like to drink in real life, she took a cue from Sex and the City's Carrie Bradshaw.

“I like a cosmopolitan,” said Burnett, 90.

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She also shared with Extra what her celebration plans are for her 91st birthday on April 26.

“Well, I hope there's a second season, you know, then that'll keep me working, which I like. Yes, as long as I have fun, and that's what I want,” she said.

<p>Ryan Miller/Getty</p> Carol Burnett

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Carol Burnett

Kristen Wiig, who stars alongside Burnett in Palm Royale, sang her praises in an interview with PEOPLE at the premiere.

“We have dinner and talk and text and she's so funny,” Wiig shared. “I did press with her yesterday and she was cracking everybody up.”

“And I am a better person from knowing her. I just love her,” she added.

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On the show, Wiig stars as Maxine Simmons, who is trying to gain access to the exclusive Palm Beach high society in 1969. Burnett plays the role of Norma, who is described as "the grande dame of Palm Beach high society."

The former Saturday Night Live star recently told Entertainment Tonight that she was very excited to work with Burnett.

<p>Alberto Rodriguez/Variety via Getty</p> Carol Burnett at the premiere of 'Palm Royale'

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Carol Burnett at the premiere of 'Palm Royale'

"I literally said today, 'I still can't believe that we work together,'" she shared. "I wanna like verify that it's her. I'm like, 'It's Carol, right? Yeah, I mean, it's Carol.'”

“And for me, just with sketch comedy and everything she did for every person, every woman, she's such an inspiration,” she added. “It was the crew, everyone. I mean, she's just a dream."

Palm Royale premieres its first three episodes March 20 on Apple TV+ followed by new episodes every Wednesday through May 8.

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