Craig Ferguson And His Puppets Perform "White Lines" (VIDEO)

08/09/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Alex Leo Head of Audience Development, Yahoo!

I don't know how many of you remember "White Lines" the 1983 classic by Grandmaster Melle Mel that warns against the dangers of cocaine addiction and smuggling, but it's awesome. The only way to improve upon it is to lipsync to it with a bunch of puppets. Last night Craig Ferguson did just that, which is why he's a genius.

Ferguson has been known to open his show with impressive dance numbers , but this was an especially important night because Ferguson has been holding a puppet contest to see which one will get the boot at the end of the week and this was the last chance they had to really shine. I personally think the shark owned it, but am open to other ideas on the subject.

Craig had his usually cast of singer/dancers with him, but we are sad to report no one was dressed in a bondage outfit this time. We do, however, think the choice of song is not a coincidence considering Ferguson admitted to doing cocaine in the past on his show Tuesday night.

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