It's hard not to love Bob Herzog, the Cincinnati, Ohio reporter who delivers often frustrating traffic news with more than just a smile. Dance Party Friday is a Good Morning Cincinnati tradition that started "for reasons no one really understands," according to Herzog's YouTube account. Various videos of Herzog have gone viral over the last couple of years -- including one of him dancing with Elmo and Cookie Monster.
Jalopnik honored Herzog's funky dance habit by naming him television's sexiest traffic reporter last year. He was nominated by New York's Jamie Shupak who wrote, "I give you my traffic hero: Mr Dance Party Friday himself, Bob Herzog. Yo VIP, let's kick it."
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