It’s the offseason, so we’ll take any semblance of football we can get. That includes watching former Pittsburgh Steelers star and current Fox broadcaster Terry Bradshaw take to the Vegas stage to perform his autobiographical show, “America’s Favorite Dumb Blonde … A Life in Four Quarters.”
But just like any football season, you’ll have to make sure to catch Bradshaw in action soon, or risk missing out on the fun altogether. The show is only set to run at the Mirage hotel from June 28-29.
“This show has so much; it’s the story of my life put to song and dance,” Bradshaw told Las Vegas Magazine. “For the audience [there] really is only one thing to remember: Have fun. The whole show really is a shot at me — that’s why it’s called ‘America’s Favorite Dumb Blonde,’ because that was always the knock on me, that I was stupid. But I’ve taken stupid and turned it to smart. If I screw up, hey, I’m used to screwing up. I just hope [the audience] understands I’m not Engelbert Humperdinck!”
If there is anything we know for sure, it is that Bradshaw is no Humperdinck (please, do yourself a favor and run a Google search).
However, the guy can make some on-stage magic. For all the doubters out there, check out a young Bradshaw give us a rousing rendition of Hank Williams’ “I’m so lonesome I could cry.”
We were just as impressed watching Bradshaw belt it out back in 1976 as you’re about to be.
Bradshaw sat down with Las Vegas Magazine for a Q&A regarding his upcoming show.