Julie Andrews acknowledges AFI grant with Carol Burnett, Gwen Stefani recognitions: 'I'm overpowered'

 Julie Andrews is a screen legend cherished for assuming notable parts...

For example, Maria in "The Sound of Music" and the supernatural babysitter in "Mary Poppins."

On Thursday, Andrews, 86, was uncovered as the reason for a fixing spreading TV food battle with parody legend Carol Burnett.

The muddled clasp from an early theatrical presentation was displayed...

Before Burnett's accolade for Andrews for the 48th Annual AFI Life Achievement Award (broadcasting on TNT on June 16 at 10 p.m. ET/PT).

Everything was immediately pardoned. Burnett said Andrews, who was made a lady by Queen Elizabeth II in 2000, merited the lifetime grant.

"Her ability incredible, the quintessential entertainer, her voice is a gift from the divine beings," said Burnett,

Guiding her focus toward Andrews. "You're an extraordinary woman in each feeling of the world. I love you. Congrats, mate."

Burnett, 89, met Andrews in 1960 and tracked down a moment association with the British entertainer with the brilliant performing voice.

"Julie and I talked constantly that night. Maybe we had consistently known one another," said Burnett.

"Furthermore, that night started off, what has been a six-very long term relationship, expert and individual.