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The world’s No. 1 women’s tennis player, Victoria Azarenka, is seemingly involved with the man who gave us the scourges upon humanity known as “Shots,” “Party Rock Anthem” and “Sexy and I Know It.” Yes, the 37-year-old Redfoo, (real name is Stefan Gordy), leader of the “group” LMFAO, has been seen recently traveling the world with 23-year-old Azarenka. Then, in a radio interview last week, Redfoo confirmed he is no longer single. 

“I’m in love,” Redfoo said. “I don’t care who knows it. With a special one. I got a special one. A No. 1, if you will.”

Well that gives it away. Unless he’s speaking about the Kanye and Nelly songs No 1. Cuz, No. 2 is not a winner, and No. 3 nobody remembers.

Redfoo is now in Melbourne, watching Azarenka compete in the Australian Open. Redfoo was asked again about their relationship.

“I don’t like to kiss and tell,” Redfoo said. “But we’re really close and she’s a very special person and I’m very happy in my life right now.”

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