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Anna Kournikova looks... larger...



Is it just me or does this photo make Anna Kournikova's, um, chest look larger. Could be the bra or the angle of the photo, but I am going to pretend she had work done until I have evidence to prove otherwise. It's how I roll...

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12 comment(s):

Anonymous said...

IMHO those look a lot like Pregos, not like augmentations.

link wheel said...

Tennis star Anna Kournikova may replace trainer Jillian Michaels on "The Biggest Loser" next season.

At the NBC upfronts last week, we listed as network programming head Bob Greenblatt promised a big, buzzy reveal on whoever's replacing Michaels (she's done at the end of this season).

And at the time, we were skeptical.

How many trainers are famous enough to bowl us over?

Turns out the network might not be in the market for a celebrity trainer
.

Kournikova would certainly bring at least a short-term ratings boost to what's already one of NBC's most successful properties.

She'd also bring a very different vibe than the barky Michaels -- whenever she's not crushing an opponent on the court, Kournikova seems downright demure.

cong ty seo said...

Russian tennis player Anna Kournikova first received notice while playing in the Federation Cup at age 14 and reaching the fourth round in her first U.S. Open (1996) at age 15. Discovered by IMG Agents in the Kremlin Cup in Moscow at age 9, Anna has since won many tournaments, including the Orange Bowl and the Italian Open, as well as becoming the Junior European Champion and Junior World Champion (all in 1995). She reached the semi-finals of Wimbledon in 1997 and won her first Grand Slam title, a doubles triumph with Martina Hingis, at the Australian Open in 1999. In 2004, Anna retired from professional tennis after suffering from a chronic back injury.

cong ty seo said...

Russian tennis player Anna Kournikova first received notice while playing in the Federation Cup at age 14 and reaching the fourth round in her first U.S. Open (1996) at age 15. Discovered by IMG Agents in the Kremlin Cup in Moscow at age 9, Anna has since won many tournaments, including the Orange Bowl and the Italian Open, as well as becoming the Junior European Champion and Junior World Champion (all in 1995). She reached the semi-finals of Wimbledon in 1997 and won her first Grand Slam title, a doubles triumph with Martina Hingis, at the Australian Open in 1999. In 2004, Anna retired from professional tennis after suffering from a chronic back injury.

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looks like she did have some sort of job done.

james stuart said...

nice pics. I think she did have a breast augmentation done.

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