Bravo! From Lara to Bolt to Lloyd, everyone's doing the 'Champion' dance
It's viral! Cricket legends Brian Lara and Clive Lloyd, sprint icon Usain Bolt along with Emirates air stewardesses join the West Indian in celebrating their WT20 win -- by moving to 'Champion
The Caribbean boys surely know how to celebrate their triumphs. After lifting their 2nd ICC World Twenty20 trophy by defeating England in the final at Eden Gardens by 4 wickets on Sunday, the West Indian cricket team celebrated with trademark aplomb, grooving to the tune of Dwayne Bravo's song 'Champion'.
The Windies women's team too moved to the catchy 'Champion' tune after defeating the Australian team to win their first WT20 title.
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The Windies have been doing the 'Champion' dance celebration throughout the tournament and the dancing went up a notch after their title triumph. The team then did a series of victory dances, including one with the West Indies women's team and the Emirates air stewardesses in front of thousands of fans at Eden.
The historic double saw both teams celebrating in style even after leaving the ground. The West Indies team took their 'dance party into their dressing room to the team bus and then the hotel.
While Darren Sammy and Co were celebrating the win in Kolkata, other West Indians like cricket legends Brian Lara and Clive Lloyd and sprint icon Usain Bolt joined the fun by moving to 'Champion'.
Lara, who was part of a special experts panel on a Pakistani TV channel, did his jig after being asked to dance by the host. The video of a grinning Lara doing the 'Champion' has gone viral.
Bolt, who wished both the teams prior to their matches, also joined in the celebrations back in Jamaica by performing a special version of the dance.
West Indies legend and former captain Clive Lloyd too seemed to have been overwhelmed by the win and expressed his happiness with the the signature move along with the rest of the West Indian team.