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April 18, 2011

Serena Williams' Shocking Bikini Photos

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Serena William just showed off her bikini body!

The shocking photos of the tennis star were taken during a beach session in Miami Beach. She wore a very teeny leopard skin bikini that left little to the imagination as she and her girlfriends frolicked in the water and lounged in the sun. Although she might not have to typical Miami Beach body, she sure enjoyed showing it off!

Check out the pictures of Serena Williams showing off her bikini body! (Fame)

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March 25, 2011

Serena Williams' Controversial Commercial

Serena Williams' Controversial Commercial

Serena Williams in is the middle of a commercial controversy!

The super star tennis player is causing a stir after the release of a risque new TV spot for her new video gameTop Spin 4. The video shows Williams playing a match in some very revealing outfits and the soundtrack is her grunting as she hits the ball. The commercial was actually banned but 2K sports decided to post it with a statement saying. "As part of the process for creating marketing campaigns to support our titles, we pursue a variety of creative avenues. This video is not part of the title's final marketing campaign and its distribution was unauthorized."

Check out Serena Williams' risque commercial below!


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