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Topic - Jim Nabors
Actor Jim Nabors says this year's Indianapolis 500 will be the last time he performs "Back Home Again in Indiana" live to a global audience of race fans.
Gomer Pyle will be back for this year's Indianapolis 500. Carol Brady is staying home.
Jim Nabors, the actor best known for playing Gomer Pyle on TV in the 1960s, has married his longtime male partner.
The actor best known for playing the TV character Gomer Pyle in the 1960s has married his male partner of 38 years.
Actor Jim Nabors says marrying his longtime male partner doesn't change anything about their relationship _ he just wanted it to be formally acknowledged.
An Indianapolis Motor Speedway spokesman says heart surgery will prevent Jim Nabors from performing "Back Home Again in Indiana" at this year's Indianapolis 500.
The 83-year-old Nabors says his health limits his travels from his home in Hawaii, so he'll be "retiring" from singing the ode at the Indianapolis 500 after the May 25 race.
Nabors says he's "loved every minute" of singing the song before the race over the decades.