“That’s why you’ll be seeing her on not one…not two…but THREE covers this year.”
‘Please consider participating. It was equally terrifying and liberating for me. She has landed a spread in the swimsuit issue five times and appeared on the cover in back-to-back years in 2012 and 2013. The tennis pro speaks candidly about her experience stepping in front of the lens, noting that her first swimsuit option was a strong confidence boost. Even at my thinnest. Of course, many of us are also compelled to endlessly discuss all the parts of ourselves that we wish were smaller. No matter what. I invite you all to do so’.
SI swimsuit editor, MJ Day said originally they didn’t plan for three covers, but that Upton gave them so much material it was hard to narrow down and select just one shot.
Serena, 35, also wore a belly chain for the shoot while her weave was styled in beachy waves. “It’s always what I’ve talked about”.
Keep the video under a minute, and post it to Instagram with the hashtags #WhatIModel and #LoveYourSwimsuit. However, that doesn’t change the fact that we need to be analyzing why size descriptors are coded as “good” or “bad” in the first place.
I’m not sure you’re going to some of those swimsuits around here this summer.
Sofia Vergara’s embryo drama may end soon, thanks to that contract she and ex-husband Nick Loeb signed years ago that says their embryos can not be brought to term without “mutual agreement”. “Everyone is different and everyone is attractive in different ways”.
Sports Illustrated has unveiled the 2017 cover for its swimsuit edition, and a popular face is returning to the cover.
Christie said: “This is a real full circle moment for me. I have never felt sexier than I did in this shoot”. A few weeks ago, she made headlines for her risqué video she filmed for the LOVE magazine advent calendar.