The NFL Hall of Famer was roasted at the Arizona Biltmore Thursday.
"The only thing I am worried about is my comebacks if I have any. I normally get so wrapped up in laughing at people, making funny stuff that I forget it is about me and I've got to get up and lash back, and I don't know," said Terry Bradshaw.
"It's gonna be some fun stuff, I won't get get any of the jokes, but I tell you what we're going to eat some lunch," said Frank Caliendo.
"They're letting me at Terry pretty early up, so I got all the jokes; bald, old, ugly, horrible at movies, he's mine. I heard he said that there's nothing anyone can say that would really insult him. I bet he's right because he's so good at taking a joke thru the years but maybe some of us will shock him just a little," said Lisa Lampanelli.
Most of the celebrities on the red carpet are also in town for the Waste Management Phoenix Open and, of course, the Super Bowl.
"I'm interested to see how the combination of the Super Bowl and the golf tournament work together with traffic and getting around in Scottsdale where I'm staying, but so far so good," said Curt Menefee.
"Barrett-Jackson, the Waste Management Golf Tournament, the Pro Bowl, and now this, it's been a pretty remarkable stretch here for Phoenix, the Super Bowl is going to be great," he said.
Each ticket to the roast was $500 and all the proceeds will be donated to charity.