Caroline Wozniacki Wears Nothing But Body Paint In Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue [Video]
by Tom Gainey | February 16th, 2016, 9:41 am
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World No. 19 Caroline Wozniacki took it all off for the new Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. In fact, she didn’t even wear a swimsuit, just body paint!

Wozniacki In Body Paint

Wozniacki In Body Paint

The shoot took place Petit St. Vincent in the Caribbean, and the application of the body paint took 15 hours.

“I had a blast, this was so much fun!” Wozniacki said. “I love my body paint. This has been such an unbelievable experience.”


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2 Comments for Caroline Wozniacki Wears Nothing But Body Paint In Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue [Video]

FlyingDoctor Says:

Off court, she is definitely more exciting :)


chrisford1 Says:

A fine looking and hard working female athlete. That she “stalled” and never really challenged again after making #1 all those years ago, is a shame. But if she doesn’t get a Championship, a Slam, an Olympic medal – she still got fame and fortune from tennis. Worth many, many millions, mainly from endorsements. And in a WTA famous for cat fighting – a rep as liked by nearly everyone, really nice sort of gal. Maybe too nice.

The behind the scenes video does show even more of Caro, which is a good thing…but it also gives a glimpse of the effort and creative process involved. Not just for Wozniacki, but all the models and crew in the swimsuit issue. Glamour, sexual attraction, art, hard work all bundled together.
The artist crew not only spent 15 straight hours working to get her body paint done. They did the same job with several other models.

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