Chris Gayle is back! And the West Indian all-rounder, who lives life kingsize, celebrated the birth of his daughter 'Blush' in style with his Royal Challengers Bangalore teammates.
The swashbuckling Jamaican batsman flew back home for the brith of his baby girl and is now rejoined his IPL franchise for the ret of IPL 9 season.
Gayle on his return joined RCB teammates Virat Kohli, who is also the skipper of the team, to have a rollicking time on the dance floor.
Shane Watson strummed a beautiful number on his guitar to get the duo moving.
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Gayle and Kohli are both mighty fine dancers and they burned up the dance floor with their moves even as Watson performed 'Twist And Shout'.
The Bangalore team has been going through a lean patch this season having won just two of their five games. This despite Kohli getting his maiden IPL century. RCB fans must be hoping that Gayle's return kickstarts the team's revival back to this league.
RCB are currently placed seventh in the IPL standings and will hope to revive their campaign when they take on Sunrisers Hyderabad today.
ABOUT 'TWIST AND SHOUT'
'Twist and Shout' is a 1961 song, which originally recorded by the Top Notes. It first became a chart hit as a cover single by the Isley Brothers in 1962. The song has since been covered by several artists, including the Beatles on their first album Please Please Me (1963), as well as The Tremeloes in 1962 and The Who in 1970 and 1984. Salt-n-Pepa did a cover version in 1988.