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Originally written on Sportress of Blogitude  |  Last updated 11/19/14

There’s an old saying that goes that the longer a couple stay together, the more they end up resembling one another. If that is indeed a truism, if donning a curly wig to look like her boyfriend, Rory McIlroy, is any indication, we should start feeling sorry for Caroline Wozniacki beginning…now. On Tuesday night, the couple named Wozzilroy, who were once the hottest sports power couple in all the land before Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn came along and ruined everything, were attending a player’s party on the eve of the Sony Erickson Open in Miami, Fla. As you can see above, this is how the couple appeared as the two entered the event. And as you will see below, Wozniacki, who has never really regained her form after she started dating McIlroy (but nevertheless has looked great while cheering her boyfriend on at tournaments), threw on a curly, bushy wig inside the party in order to better resemble her golf star beau. GAH! Sweet Fancy Moses! That’s awful, just awful. She looks like…like…um, Rory McIlroy’s ugly younger sister. Seriously, I can’t come up with anything better than that. Too early in the day, I guess. Here’s the tweet that unleashed the photo upon an unsuspecting world: Here is me trying to do my best @mcilroyrory impression at the players party last night! twitter.com/CaroWozniacki/… — Caroline Wozniacki (@CaroWozniacki) March 20, 2013 Weird stuff, man. [H/T Beyond the Baseline] TweetThe post Gah! Caroline Wozniacki dons curly wig to mimic boyfriend Rory McIlroy (photo) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.

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