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Wozniacki goes pink!

2014-04-15 16:33
Caroline Wozniacki (AP Photo)
Cape Town - Caroline Wozniacki dyed her hair bright pink while supporting her boyfriend Rory McIlroy at the Masters.

The former No 1-ranked player in woman's tennis caddied for her boyfriend during The Masters’ Par 3 contest.

It was strange for Wozniacki to go for such an outrageous hair colour at Augusta National, known as one of the most conservative venues in sport.

She wore matching nail polish to complete the look.

Her Twitter page, however, seemed to indicate that she had botched her effort to dye her hair, or at the very least had a sense of humour about it.

Wozniacki was back to her normal blonde look for the tournament itself in which McIlroy finished in a tie for eighth.

This was her Twitter message:

"Does anyone know if Semi permanent hair dye from the brand Manic Panic washes off completely after a little while? "

Caroline Wozniacki punky in pink? (AP)


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