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David Warner Aces The Dance On Guru Randhawa Song
By CricShots - May 20, 2020 11:46 am
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The veteran Australian opener, David Warner has been bursting dance moves, accompanied by his wife and sometimes his daughters, and the videos have been shared pretty much on a daily basis on his Instagram account. It all started last month when Warner announced his arrival on TikTok, seeking his fans’ help.

David Warner dancing with his family

David has now become a huge star on TikTok ever since he and his daughter Indi danced to Katrina Kaif’s ‘Sheila ki Jawani’. Since that day, it has been hard to stop the Australian opener, something that bowlers often say after being smacked around on a cricket field.

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On Tuesday, Warner had another treat for his fans as he and his family performed a “glow in the dark” dance, shaking to the beats of Guru Randhawa’s ‘SLOWLY SLOWLY’ that also features international pop star, Pitbull. However, in this video, after much coercing from his Australian teammates and fans, Warner did admit that “we have lost it now”.

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Yes we have lost it now 😂😂. Glow in the dark night. #family #fun #love #slowly @candywarner1

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Not too long back Warner’s former teammate Mitchell Johnson had brutally trolled him after watching one of his many TikTok videos. Commenting on the video in in Warner was ‘pumping up the jam’, Johnson commented, “I would say you’ve officially lost it but not sure you ever had it Bull.”

Australian pacer Pat Cummins wasn’t too impressed by Warner’s antics either. During a chat on KKR’s Twitter handle, when asked about Warner’s TikTok videos,  Cummins, said “you are enjoying them are you?

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Cummins elaborated, “You won’t see me doing that but good on him. He’s always high energy and he does have a funny side to himself, so I think you have seen it coming out in the few videos. “But I’ll tell you what, if we can back on tour and he’s trying to put me into the leotard to fit in the video, I am not going to yes.”

Probed further and told “you would be worried if he brings a leotard to tour”, Cummins said: “Yeah, that’s a good point. He probably will.”