Revvies controversy inspires Rev. Sharpton to bust a move

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Rev. Sharpton shows off his James Brown-inspired dance moves.
Rev. Sharpton shows off his James Brown-inspired dance moves.

On tonight’s PoliticsNation, host Reverend Al Sharpton addressed the outcry that came from show fans after he awarded the Revvie for “Best Musical Performance” to Chris Christie instead of Barack Obama.

Christie, who won the prize for his performance of “Thunder Road,” beat out Obama’s brief but memorable rendition of a verse from the Al Green hit “Let’s Stay Together.” Fans of PoliticsNation complained that Obama deserved the award over that of his bi-partisan buddy.

But the whole controversy inspired “Rev” to show off his own James Brown dance moves. Watch:

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Revvies controversy inspires Rev. Sharpton to bust a move

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