Tampa Bay’s Youngest Cheerleader Steals Show with ‘Dougie’ (Video)

Christian Bottger, 10, aka Little Fear, upstages the Tampa Bay Buccaneers cheerleaders during last Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

We have reported on numerous young people who are talented in one way or another, but today’s spotlight goes to a little guy that is going to dance his way into stardom.

A week ago last Sunday, Tampa Bay Buccaneers faced off with the Philadelphia Eagles in Tampa and fans didn’t get a win that day, but they still got a treat as 10-year-old Christian Bottger, stole the show from the team and the cheerleaders.

When it was time for the cheerleaders to hit the field and show off their moves in their little skin tight shorty shorts, young Bottger fist-bumped the Buccaneer mascot, Capt. Fear, and proceeded to upstage the ladies.

Little Fear–as he’s now called since his performance–stopped the cheerleaders dance to Gangnam Style and wowed the crowd teaching them how to Dougie.  The boy’s father, Ed Bottger, is the Buccaneer’s video production manager.

Check him out! He’s awesome! Get it, Little Fear!

-J.C. Brooks

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