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Leonsis does the Dougie

By Dan Steinberg


"When we have a total paid sellout this season, I will do the "Dougie" - I promise," Ted Leonsis wrote last week. Then the media went nuts, and everyone blogged about this promise. I declined, figuring I'd rather watch Hines Ward do the John Wall Dance than see Ted Leonsis Dougie, but to each his own.

Anyhow, Leonsis visited WTOP's glass-enclosed nerve center on Tuesday, and while discussing his promise, he busted a slick move or two. I guess.

"This is the entertainment business, and I enjoy watching John Wall do his Dougie, and so I promised I'd have his back," Leonsis said. "I went online, I was able to get a whole bunch of videos and I can start to do the shoulder thing. The hip shaking needs a little bit of work."

(Via WTOP, see more at DCist.)

By Dan Steinberg  | November 9, 2010; 1:03 PM ET
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Comments

thanks for wasting two minutes of my life Dan. not the dougie at all, just some random hair slicking motions.

Posted by: philarmy | November 9, 2010 1:48 PM | Report abuse

nah, if Leonsis REALLY did the Dougie, this video would go viral quicker than a fat kid could eat a jelly doughnut in the nose bleed section of a Wiz/Grizzlies game...

Posted by: cbmuzik | November 9, 2010 2:27 PM | Report abuse

"Anyhow, Leonsis visited WTOP's glass-enclosed nerve center on Tuesday"

subtle, but well done

Posted by: bryc3 | November 9, 2010 3:36 PM | Report abuse

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