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Earlier this week, Vail's Lindsey Vonn turned in a saucy performance on The Late Show with David Letterman, delivering a sly wink as she bantered about holes in one and the dangers of boyfriend Tiger Woods going down (while skiing, that is). But she may not have turned as many heads as did Tony Kornheiser, who dressed up as Vonn opposite partner Mike Wilbon's Tiger for the Halloween edition of Pardon the Interruption. Sexy! How does he compare to the real thing? Look below to see the Late Show clip.

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