Sports Illustrated has typically only used body paint on its swimsuit models, but that has changed with its most recent cover. For SI's March 2 issue, Miami Marlins star Giancarlo Stanton became the first athlete to be featured on the cover of the magazine in body paint. Show More Summary
Think Cristiano Ronaldo's kicking himself yet?? Here's recently single Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit Edition supermodel Irina Shayk... showing off everything from her underboob to her side ass at the Vanity Fair party Sunday night in...
Eat your heart out, Cristiano Ronaldo! Newly-single Irina Shayk displays her tanned and toned bikini body in the 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. The brunette beauty makes her 9th appearance in the mag, showing off her sun-kissed skin and soft wavy hair on the beaches of Kauai, Hawaii. Show More Summary
We recently reported that Sports Illustrated let go of it’s six remaining staff photographers. It was a sad day for the photography industry, as we saw yet another major publication give way to budget cuts–seems like the photographers are always first on the chopping block. The company, which is currently undergoing many cost saving measures, [...]Show More Summary
Fighters throughout the years have found unique ways to promote a coming bout, but Ronda Rousey’s turn inside the pages of Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue is a new standard.
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue used to be a big deal to me growing up through the early 1990's - but maybe I grew up, the Internet happened and I feel like the swimsuit issue was actually quite conservative despite SI trying to hype things up each year the issue comes out. Show More Summary
Mixed martial arts fighter Ronda Rousey, 28, is most well known as the first and current UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion. In 2012, she appeared on the cover of ESPN The Magazi ne's annual Body Issue. And just last week Rousey made her debut in the pages of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. Show More Summary
Featured on this week’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver special segment, “How Is This Still A Thing” – Sports Illustrated’s badly outdated annual “Swimsuit Issue.” The hilarious piece features gross old men on Fox news fawning over...Show More Summary
The annual Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition hit newsstands last week and everyone is talking about the scandalous cover and beautiful models of all sizes inside the issue. The magazine features 16 veteran models and eight "rookies," all of whom are flawlessly posed against beautiful backdrops. Show More Summary
With Robyn Lawley debuting as the first Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue plus-size model, we're looking back at more models making history who aren't a size zero.
Last Week Tonight is completely baffled at the continued and celebrated existence of Sports Illustrated’s annual swimsuit issue, at a time when you can have Google: Swimsuit – or less! – Edition for free 24/7.
Seriously though! Last Week Tonight with John Oliver took on the topical issue of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, asking the tough questions. [ Related: Who Is Hannah Davis?! Five Things You Need To Know About Sports Illustrated's 2015 Cover Girl! ] Like, how is this still a thing?! And asking the tougher questions like how low will [...]
Now that the world has gotten to see what only probably Derek Jeter and Hannah Davis's doctor had seen, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver has tackled the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, wondering "how is this still a thing" especially when there's the Internet: [ more › ]
John Oliver had an extremely important question to ask viewers on Sunday's (Feb. 15) "Last Week Tonight": Why is the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue still a thing? In a segment aptly titled "How is This Still A Thing?," Oliver decides...Show More Summary
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver questions the continued existence of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in a recent “How Is This Still A Thing?” segment. Specifically, the show seems confused as to why people need something like this printed when there’s always the Internet.
"Last Week Tonight" asks: How is this still a thing? John Oliver took a break from personally owning things on the latest episode of Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, instead allowing the recurring "How Is This Still A Thing?" segment to tackle the annual SI swimsuit issue. Show More Summary
HBO’s John Oliver-hosted Last Week Tonight said Sunday it can’t figure why the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue still exists, though the answer is obvious, which leaves you wondering whether maybe LWT didn’t have another reason for airing the…
In a clip from this week's episode of Last Week Tonight, we confront the strange fact that Sports Illustrated, "the preferred magazine of dads in the crapper since 1954," is still—in the age of Google—getting major attention for its annual Swimsuit Issue. Read more...
The 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue is on sale now. One of the new faces featured in the magazine is 19 year-old Hailey Claus on, who already has years of experience as a high-fashion runway model. Clauson reveals her strategy...Show More Summary