Found August 27, 2012 on Unathletic:

The figure-hugging red dress Serena Williams wore on Wednesday’s ‘Late Night Show’ can best be summed up by this snippet of her chat with host David Letterman. “I think I saw your eyes almost pop out there,” Williams said. Responded Letterman, “Well, I think so … That’s not the only thing.” TV viewers surely could have done without that imagery from the 65-year-old Letterman, but there’s no question the outfit was a stunner. Victoria Beckham designed Williams’ dress. Williams’ shoes were $4000 Christian Louboutin Decorapumps. And there’s no word on who designed her diamond ring, but it was gaudy enough to make most most rappers’ jewelry look modest.

Call it what you want but Serena Williams took the world by storm in this red dress. I really don’t know what to make of it.. I really don’t. Am I sexually activated or an I looking at this in fascination? Bro, I hate to admit but I think I want Serena Williams to rock my world..

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