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Wolf Blitzer stands in for Eminem at Soul Train Music Awards, gets dance lesson from Doug E. Fresh

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Wolf Blitzer, right, wrestles with Biz Markie, left, at the Soul Train Music Awards, 2010. (AP/David Goldman)

What on Earth is happening here? The caption tells us that Wolf Blitzer -- yes, the CNN anchor -- is wrestling with Biz Markie -- yes, the old-school rapper -- for control of a trophy at the Soul Train Music Awards -- but that raises more questions than answers. The folks at CNN tell us Blitzer was asked to be a presenter at the annual show in Atlanta, introducing Doug E. Fresh, who taught Blitzer how to do "the Dougie" dance move -- and then since (spoiler alert!) Eminem wasn't there to get his prize, producers asked Blitzer to accept for him, and well, antics ensued. We'll just have to watch: Sunday, Nov. 28, on BET.

By The Reliable Source  | November 12, 2010; 1:01 AM ET
 
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Comments

How many award shows exactly does BET produce? It seems like they do one every month. Sheesh.

Posted by: forgetthis | November 12, 2010 8:48 AM | Report abuse

forgetthis:

Why, exactly, does that bother you?

Posted by: Lefty_ | November 12, 2010 11:31 AM | Report abuse

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