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The LMFAO frontman known for his wild hair and wilder music has been a colorful addition to this year’s Australian Open, where he was a regular fixture in Azarenka’s front-row seats. During her final, his leopard-print jacket was visible from the upper decks.
The interviewer seemed more interested in getting the pair to talk about their relationship, which made the 23-year-old Azarenka turn bright red.
“She’s actually very into music, she has a piano now on the road. In the off-season she might be my pianist,” Redfoo said of the world’s No. 1 player.
The interaction was a light moment after a heavy match.
Li twisted her ankle twice, needed two medical timeouts and hit her head on the hard court. When twisted her ankle the second time and fell, Li said she blacked out for a couple of seconds. That happened early in the third set after a 10-minute break for Australia day fireworks.
By the end of the ceremony Azarenka was all smiles, and the interviewer asked how she planned to celebrate.
“We party,” Azarenka said.
Redfoo added: “We bring out the bottles” _ a subtle plug for his upcoming new single called “Keep Calm and Bring Out the Bottles.”
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