If you were thinking about maybe photoshopping a few fake nudes of Kate Upton and putting them on the interwebs, claiming they are outtakes from a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue shoot, you should probably know that neither she nor the folks at Sports Illustrated are okay with that. So you might get sued. That’s […]
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue just came out, and all over America librarians are flipping through its pages and rolling their eyes. The swimsuit issue, which isn't actually about swimwear at all, but, is, instead, about young, beautifully shaped female bodies, is the single most stolen item in any public library. Show More Summary
It seems like everyone has Photoshop these days and the Celeb Jihad website took some creative liberties with Kate Upton's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue images. According to TMZ, the online publisher posted an article titled “Kate...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — A few weeks after her foray into the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, Barbie is entangled in controversy again, this time over her ties with the Girl Scouts.
Stepping out for a stylish event, Chrissy Teigen hosted the London Fog Designer Collection Celebration in New York City on Tuesday (March 4). The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model looked chic in a white sleeveless top and billowing black...Show More Summary
Chrissy Teigen is one of our favorite ladies for a few reasons: She's hilarious, gorgeous and, most of all, practical. The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover star knows that if you want to live-tweet a major awards ceremony like the Oscars, you're going to need a convenient place to keep your phone. Show More Summary
Bringing home enough grub for the entire family, Gisele Bundchen stopped at DeSano's Restaurant for pizza on Friday (February 28). The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit stunner wore a black leather jacket, white top, and jeans as her little...Show More Summary
Now that Kate Upton’s run as a cover model for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue has come to an end, she’s practically a fossil in the “What have you done for me today?” fashion industry. That means that we’re just days, nay minutes away from entirely forgetting about her, because if she’s not on the cover, then she’s just a nobody.
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Having driven its RC F into the party at the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, Lexus is making the most of the exposure. We recently saw the blue coupe showing off its L-Finesse curves with a curvaceous Lisalla Montenegro. And a new...Show More Summary
The ladies teach us how to take top-notch sefies, while Jason Biggs gives us too much information on his son's latest milestone
The magazine famous for its swimsuit issue will put a fully clothed woman on their cover this week: Sochi Olympic gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin. Three cheers for Shiffrin and a polite golf clap for SI. Read more...
Mattel partnered with Sports Illustrated to have Barbie appear on the cover of this year's swimsuit edition. However, this stunt won't be enough to make the toy maker relevant in the changing market of play.
Carol Alt, who covered the 1982 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, is not what you'd call impressed by 2012, 2013 and 2014 cover girl Kate Upton. Like at all. "What I don't understand with Kate [Upton] is what's all the hullaballoo," Alt, 53, said of the 21-year-old beauty. Show More Summary
The ladies from the 'Sport Illustrated' swimsuit edition get cozy with Jarvis Derrell, and Kim Kardashian opens up about having more kids
So, what's the deal with Kate Upton? While the 21-year-old model has been featured in several Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issues, someone's still not sure why she's considered the cream of the crop. That someone is none other than supermodel Carol Alt, who stopped by HuffPost Live on Tuesday (Feb. Show More Summary
After reading the title, you probably aren’t even the slightest bit interested in what I have to say. So I’ll just allow you to carry on and check out Kate Upton getting unzipped for her “Zero Gravity” shoot in this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, via the GIF below:
I have not gotten a chance to look at the most recent Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue in print or online, so I can't take credit for this find. Dave Ferrell, the editor of sister publication Marlin Magazine did, however, get a chance to scope out SI's swimsuit coverage, and he wasn't too happy with what he found. Show More Summary
It disgusts me more every year. I speak of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, which is published the middle of February every year. I’m not the only one disgusted. Other folks, such as those in the American Decency Association (ADA),...Show More Summary
This year marked the 50th issue of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition by devoting an entire spread to the iconic Barbie doll. And of course, the decision did not come without controversy and the usual back and forth debate and banter about Barbie, what she means to little girls and self esteem. Show More Summary