It may be obscenely early for a Willie Geist item — but alright, it’s after noon, so we’ll go with it.
The Daily Caller‘s advice guru Matt Labash welcomes MSNBC’s Geist into the mix today in his column in a question regarding the prospect of a Kid’n Play reunion.
For two lads in the journalism business, Labash and Geist have a cozy rapport with the advice columnist casually referring to Geist as his “dance partner.”
Willie Geist: Thanks, Matt. I remember very well that night of dancing at Tucker’s birthday party. I’ve never felt so alive in all my life. For a moment there, it was like we were the only two people under that rented party tent. I remember thinking to myself as we whiffed on yet another toe kick, “Is this what Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire meant by ‘dancing on air’?” At the risk of sounding blasphemous to purists of movement in space, we were not Rogers ‘n Astaire-we were better. We were Kid ‘n Play.
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