I'll have what she's having.
Cheryl Tiegs Thinks ‘Sports Illustrated’ Cover Model Ashley Graham Is a Fat Cow, but Also Thinks Dr. Oz Is Legit
Who the fuck is Cheryl Tiegs?
I know you are totally looking at this because you are impressed by the artistry.
Back when they were hyping up the swimsuit issue, Sports Illustrated teased something about Kate Upton being shot in zero gravity.
Sports Illustrated has finally opened up the website for their Swimsuit Issue filled with photos upon photos of hot chicks in bikinis and see-through shirts and in various states of undress.
Here’s video of Kate Upton doing a Sports Illustrated shoot wearing nothing but body paint.
Sports Illustrated unveiled their 2013 Swimsuit Edition last night featuring, for the second time, Kate Upton on the cover.
Last week the cover of the 2013 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue was leaked featuring none other than Kate Upton.
You’ve already seen Kate Upton’s disappointing cover and slightly better spread, so here’s some of the rest of the models.
As expected, Kate Upton, who first appeared in just last year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, is now this year’s cover girl.
The 2012 edition of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Calendar is just an excuse to look at a different model in a bikini every month.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition models all headed to LAX in the Luxor at Vegas to celebrate the 2010 issue.
Booblyn Decker, I mean, Brooklyn Decker also got a spread in the 2011 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Behold! The crowning achievement of mankind. Tricking attractive, young women into modeling for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, a magazine dedicated to pictures of attractive, young women wearing only bikinis.
Sure. When Brooklyn Decker gets the cover of a magazine, everyone comes over to fawn over her and celebrate.
After 5 years of modeling for Sports Illustrated, Brooklyn Decker, 22, finally made it to the cover of the swimsuit edition.
Just in case you were wondering, which you probably weren’t, but I’ll be in Japan for a couple of weeks fighting crime (they call me the Batman of Japan and pay me in Ramen).