Leading the IPL cheer! In these days IPL is hot topic around the country. India is already crazy about cricket and these cheerleaders make them over crazy. Their mandatory leggings have broken male heart. They are ever ready to perform and cheer their team. These girls know what it is to sex up cricket and they just love it. To motivate their team, these cheerleaders speak excitedly. Well these cheerleaders also become the famous celebrity. The cheerleader of Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Candice Cross is very excited to get royal treatment in India. These Cheerleaders are treated as VIP and comes with perks such as red- carpet entry into after-match parties and free holidays. According to Candice, we get special treatment and feel like we are stars. They give us special treatment and take care of everything.
Cheerleaders love dance: The cheerleaders said that they love dance and with their interest if they can cheer someone, then they love to do this. The love for dance unites the 40 women. They said that cheerleading gives them opportunity to jive with a skilled bunch. But they do lots of hard work for this. They said they always prepared a different dance with different music to encourage their team. They take care of this thing that people don’t get bored with their dance. They also change their moves on the spot according to the music. After lots of hard work, these cheerleaders enjoy parties. So in short we can say that with lots of work, these girls know how to enjoy at its fullest and they do the same. These cheerleaders are very jolly by nature and know that this happiness is only treasure and their work. They have to smile always while playing their job as this is their duty.
Audience like to see them: When the trend of cheerleaders started, it got very mix reaction from the general audience. Some thought it’s a nice concept and some don’t think the same. According to them it will disturb the players and can distract their mind while playing. But most of the people like this. Cheerleading seems to be a very easy, but the fact is it is not as easy as it looks. Cheerleaders have to buck up their team members during the entire match; they not only support or motivate players, but also their fallows. These cheerleaders are from across the world, but unfortunately this year there is no black cheerleaders. How can anyone forget past year incident in which two UK cheerleaders Ellesha Newton and Sherinne Anderson were stopped by the event organisers, Wizcraft Entertainment? They were about to perform before the opening match at Mohali of Kings XI Punjab. They were asked by organizers that people don’t want to see dark girls to cheer their players. Wizcraft changed its wording later and blamed team management. That matter was died a natural death, but the absence of black cheerleaders, even from South Africa, shows that franchisees prefer caution to political correctness.Share