'The Nanny' star Fran Drescher, 65, stuns at 2023 Grammys: 'How has she not aged?'
"The Nanny" wrapped in 1999, but Fran Drescher hasn't aged a day.
Fran Fine indeed! Fran Drescher made a surprise appearance at the 2023 Grammy Awards on Sunday night — and fans say she's never looked better.
The 65-year-old actress is best known for her role as Fran Fine in the television sitcom "The Nanny," which aired from 1993-1999. Despite wrapping more than 20 years ago, social media was quick to say the New York-born comedian and writer has yet to age a day.
Fran Drescher isn’t real cause how has she not aged??? pic.twitter.com/pEtGHRDWCh
— riversongmademegay (@Outlawqueenpr) February 6, 2023
"Fran Drescher isn't real cause how has she not aged???" Penned one Twitter user.
'You look half my age'
"I'm 25 years younger than you and you look half my age," another fan wrote on the "Happily Divorced" star's Instagram post.
"My God, she's amazing!" Wrote a third fan. "This is getting old naturally!!"
Drescher wore a sequinned burnt orange Naeem Khan jumpsuit to the Grammys and was joined by ex-husband and showrunner of "The Nanny," Peter Marc Jacobson.
Twitter users applauded Drescher's '70s-inspired jumpsuit, especially as other award show attendees, including Shania Twain and Maren Morris, opted for more daring outfits.
Setting the crazy aside, Fran Drescher looks fantastic! She’s rocking that copper disco jumpsuit. Plus, you know she’s comfy. pic.twitter.com/OlNaTjtTMD
— Alice Radley (@alice_radley) February 6, 2023
"Setting the crazy aside, Fran Drescher looks fantastic!" penned one Twitter user. "She's rocking that copper disco jumpsuit. Plus, you know she's comfy."
On the three Instagram posts the cancer survivor shared from the evening, fans doled out compliments, calling her a "golden goddess" and "absolutely flawless."
The 'best Fran's ever looked
This is the "best Fran's ever looked," lauded one user on Instagram.
"Fran! How do you keep outdoing yourself?" asked another.
"Stunning! Perfection! Now that's how it's done!" wrote a third fan.
"You are truly one of the most strikingly beautiful women of all time," said one commenter.
Since wrapping "The Nanny" in 1999, Drescher created and starred in the TV sitcoms "Happily Divorced" and "Living with Fran," which each ran for two seasons. Today, she's the founder and president of the Cancer Schmancer Movement.
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