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Topic - Jerry "Iceman" Butler
"Over time, he became the show to be on if you wanted to be anybody in this business," said Butler.
"I think Gladys Knight and the Pips were originally scheduled to come and do it and they got jammed up and couldn't come and I was the stand-in, so I went and did it," he said.