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In Her Own Words: Leslie Uggams and the "Bustin' Out" Mystery Solved!

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Published on Jul 2, 2012

A Tony winner for her turn in "Hallelujah, Baby!," Leslie Uggams has had a long and storied career on the Broadway stage and in Hollywood. In Playbill's first episode of "Seth's Broadway Chatterbox," host Seth Rudetsky chooses to focus a rare less-than-stellar Uggams moment — an incident that had faded into obscurity until brought to newfound infamy via YouTube. Uggams tells the story of how she almost had to invent a new language to cover the "slipped" lyrics during a live performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "June is Bustin' Out All Over." To see the entire "Chatterbox" episode, visit SethTV.com.

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