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Wolf Blitzer gets his Dougie on at the Soul Train Awards with the help of Doug E. Fresh

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Wolf Blitzer, the white-haired politico from CNN, can usually be found musing on the hysteria of world politics. Last night, however, he stole the show at the Soul Train Music Awards by hitting his illest and meanest "Dougie," the dance craze sweeping the nation -- and, it appears, the Situation Room (thanks, no doubt, to Cali Swag District).

What started off as a tribute to Don Cornelius and the many years of Soul Train quickly turned into much more when Doug E. Fresh, the namesake of the dance sensation, hit the stage to join Wolf in cutting a rug. Don't miss Wolf's stiff-shouldered shimmy as he moves about the stage, pointing the microphone at the crowd and looking like a stoic garden gnome. Oh, my.

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