Watch: Chris Gayle And Piers Morgan Battling It Out On Dance Floor With Dwayne Bravo As Judge
There are very few cricketers across the globe who can challenge Chris Gayle for a dance off on a cricket field. In addition to being one of best batsmen of this generation, the colorful Jamaican has made a name for himself with his dance moves and quirky celebrations on the cricket field. But then again, Piers Morgan, the British journalist whose reputation in India is not good after his dig at the country’s medal tally in 2016 Olympics, always likes to remain in the spotlight and once again did something similar as he dared to challenge Gayle in dancing that too in the latter’s backyard.
The competition was an uneven one and Gayle made it crystal clear by saying:” All I can say is good luck with that. I think those legs look better on a chicken. I don’t know they’re going to do a dance move but you are definitely going to lose.”
In reply, Morgan, citing the upcoming fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor, admitted that he is the underdog Irish but did not refrain from making a bold comment, saying: “Gayle is going to face the full force of the Irish dancer.”
With the spectators cheering on including Gayle’s West Indies teammate Dwayne Bravo, the former and Morgan with pom poms in their hands and cheerleaders by their side began dancing on ‘Champion’.
Bravo then played the role of the judge to decide between the ‘Universe Boss and the self-proclaimed ‘Galaxy Boss’. And after both the contestants put forward their cases, Bravo declared Morgan the winner of the dance-off.
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