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    This year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue features the magazine's first-ever visibly pregnant model, Katrina Scott. Katrina was named Rookie of the Year in 2021, and has returned to the magazine this year with a markedly different figure. The 38-year-old fitness trainer and co-founder of Tone It Up is about 35 weeks pregnant with her second child with husband Brian Scott, and she glows as she shows off her baby bump in a white one-shoulder bikini. 'As women, we have been told, shown, and expected to hide (then “bounce back” from) our pregnant bodies, when, in fact, our beautiful bumps embody the miracle of what it means to be Selfless, Vulnerable, and Strong,' Katrina said in celebration of the occasion on Instagram.  This year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue features the magazine's first-ever visibly pregnant model, Katrina Scott Katrina was named Rookie of the Year in 2021, and has returned to the magazine this year with a markedly different figure The 38-year-old fitness trainer and co-founder of Tone It Up is pregnant with her second child The magazine celebrated the boundary-breaking shoot on Instagram...
    The formerly iconic sports magazine trumpeted its 2021 Swimsuit Issue with bold proclamations about its history-making trifecta of cover models. Tennis star Naomi Osaka is the first Haitian and Japanese cover model. Megan Thee Stallion is the first rapper and uncastrated male horse cover model. And Leyna Bloom, well, she's the GOAT of GOATs. Bloom is the first transgender cover model. But that's not all. Osaka, Thee Stallion, and Bloom are the first trio of black people to grace the cover of SI's Swimsuit Issue. Yesterday, blue-check Twitter and legacy media partied like it was 2099 and the Great Reset was celebrating its 70th birthday. Cosmopolitan magazine tweeted with glee. "Megan Thee Stallion makes history as the first rapper ever to pose for 'Sports Illustrated Swimsuit' cover." Page Six tweeted about Bloom and Osaka. Entertainment Weekly, People Magazine, the Today Show all threw Twitter confetti high in the air. This is progress. This is history. This is a transformational moment in American culture. This is Neil Armstrong taking one giant leap for mankind. This swimsuit edition...
    Tennis star Naomi Osaka was on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein Naomi Osaka posed for the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. She is the first Black female athlete to be on the cover of the issue. Megan Thee Stallion and Leyna Bloom were also 2021 cover stars for the issue. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Naomi Osaka just made history as the first Black female athlete to pose for a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover. Osaka, who will be representing Japan at the 2021 Olympics, was photographed by Yu Tsai for one of three covers for the magazine's swimsuit issue. She posed in Norma Kamali swimwear and earrings from Beads by Cowrie.  "I wouldn't have thought that I would have been the first one," Osaka said of being the first Black female athlete on a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover in a conversation with Tyra Banks. Banks was the first Black woman to star on the cover of the magazine alone.  "I'm glad that this barrier is being broken," Osaka told...
    Megan Thee Stallion won three Grammys in 2021. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Recording Academy Megan Thee Stallion is one of three cover stars for this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. She is the first rapper to land the coveted spot, and told People the shoot was "magical." "I had been training for months and I was super prepared," she said. "The day was perfect." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Megan Thee Stallion has made Sports Illustrated history as the first rapper to grace the cover of the swimsuit issue. The 26-year-old hitmaker told People magazine that she was shocked when she got the call, and being the first rapper ever chosen "makes it extra special." The winning image, shot by James Macari, features Megan in a light-brown bikini. "I had been training for months and I was super prepared. I got into the shoot right away," she said. A post shared by Megan Thee Stallion (@theestallion) "James said he usually doesn't get into the water until the fourth or fifth set-up, but...
    The final model for this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue has been revealed: four-time veteran and former cover star Camille Kostek.  Camille, 29, who is a former dancer and New England Patriots cheerleader, proves her expertise in a series of stunning swimwear shots, showing off her incredible figure while posing up a storm on a Florida beach.  The blonde bombshell made her debut in the magazine back in 2018 after winning the annual Swim Search competition, which seeks out women from across the country to star in the pages of the iconic issue.   Guess who's back? Former dancer and cheerleader Camille Kostek has been revealed as the final model to star in this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue  Superstar: The 29-year-old is making her fourth appearance in the iconic publication, having made her debut in 2018 when she won the Swim Search competition Celebration: Sharing her new photo shoot on Instagram, Camille said that she was 'overjoyed and grateful' to be returning to the publication  Sizzling: In behind-the-scenes video from the shoot, Camille is seen posing...
    In 2020, Valentina Sampaio made history as the first transgender model to pose for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue — and now the Brazilian stunner is back again for 2021. Though it doesn't hit newsstands until July, the magazine announced today that the 24-year-old boundary-breaker has been photographed for the new issue, and shared a sneak peak at her stunning Hollywood shoot on Instagram today.  In a series of sexy new images, Valentina poses in bikinis and cut-out one-pieces, smiling and offering a smoldering stare to the camera. Valentina Sampaio is back for the 2021 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue In 2020, the 24-year-old made history as the first transgender model to pose for The magazine offered a sneak peak at her Hollywood photoshoot on Instagram  In a series of sexy new images, Valentina poses in bikinis and cut-out one-pieces, smiling and offering a smoldering stare to the camera The young model has already broken through a lifetime of boundaries in her career, but it got off to a rough start The young model has already broken through...
    Sports Illustrated  is proving that age is just a number with its latest Swimsuit Issue model reveal: a 57-year-old stunner who is holding her own among models half her age.  Though the iconic magazine doesn't launch until July, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Instagram account has been unveiling one model a day throughout the month of March, and on Wednesday re-introduced one of the winners of its 2020 SI Swim Search: Kathy Jacobs. At 57, Kathy is the magazine's oldest rookie to date — and she has made it her mission to encourage women to follow their dreams, no matter their age. Voila! Kathy Jacobs has just been unveiled as one of this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue models Lookin' good! At 57, she is the magazine's oldest Rookie and is hoping to bring change to the industry and fight ageism Reprisal: She appeared as a 2020 SI Swim Search finalist in the 2020 issue and is back this year as one of two winners Big reveals: Though the iconic magazine doesn't launch until July, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue...
    IT is the magazine that is never afraid to go in at the deep end once a year – and 2020 is no different. The Sun gave readers a preview of the latest annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue on Tuesday, with a stunning shot of models Kate Bock, Jasmine Sanders and Olivia Culpo in the sea off Bali. 11Kate Bock, Jasmine Sanders and Olivia Culpo on the current issue of Sports IllustratedCredit: Contour RA - Getty And inside, living up to the US mag’s groundbreaking tradition, there are photoshoots with a trans model and one who has alopecia as well as mature and curvy models. For more than 60 years, Sports Illustrated has refused to tread water, instead championing diversity and inclusivity. In 1997 Tyra Banks became its first black cover girl, and Ashley Graham made her mark by being the first plus-size model to appear in 2016. The magazine launched in 1954, but it was another decade before the idea of an issue dedicated to bikinis and swimsuits came about. It was the brainchild of then-editor Andre Laguerre,...
    EXCLUSIVE: Kate Bock is officially a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover girl.The Canadian model, who has made eight consecutive appearances in the magazine, joined Olivia Culpo and Jasmine Sanders for the 2020 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, which was unveiled Monday morning. The trio was photographed in November by veteran Sports Illustrated Swimsuit photographer Yu Tsai in Bali. In addition, the women will each appear in their own individual covers. The 27-year-old first made her SI Swimsuit debut in 2013. But she insisted this year’s issue is extra special as it’s being celebrated for its diversity. Bock spoke to Fox News about appearing in the sizzling cover, how she stays in bikini-ready shape all year long, as well as how she copes with tough times. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT MODEL NINA AGDAL UNVEILS HER SUMMER-READY BEACH BOD ON INSTAGRAM SI SWIMSUIT FINALIST KATHY JACOBS, 56, OPENS UP ABOUT MODELING JOURNEY: ‘I HAVE REINVENTED MYSELF’ Fox News: What was it like shooting alongside Olivia Culpo and Jasmine Sanders in Bali?Kate Bock: I actually know both of them pretty well, so it was really nice to...
    BRAZILIAN stunner Valentina Sampaio has made history to become the first transgender model to appear in Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue. The 23-year-old confirmed that she will be part of the historic issue on Friday. 2 The news was announced on FridayCredit: Josie Clough/ SPORTS ILLUSTRATED In an emotional Instagram post, the model wrote: "I am excited and honored to be part of the iconic Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. "The team at SI has created yet another groundbreaking issue by bringing together a diverse set of multitalented, beautiful women in a creative and dignified way. "I was born trans in a remote, humble fishing village in northern Brazil. "Brazil is a beautiful country, but it also hosts the highest number of violent crimes and murders against the trans community in the world—three times that of the U.S. "Being trans usually means facing closed doors to peoples’ hearts and minds. We face snickers, insults, fearful reactions and physical violations just for existing. 2 The iconic magazine is on sale July 21Credit: Josie Clough/ SPORTS ILLUSTRATED "Our options for growing up in a...
    Transgender model Valentina Sampaio made history on Friday. The Brazilian born model is the first transgender person ever to grace the pages of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. The magazine announced the decision on Friday. Sampaio wrote a personal essay for the outlet where she shared her experiences and thoughts. “I am excited and honored to be part of the iconic Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue,” the model shared. The 23-year-old Brazilian beauty is the 2020 rookie and will be showcased in the latest issue of the magazine, which will be out on July 21. The rookie will join the ranks of Kate Upton, Tyra Banks, Heidi Klum, and Ashley Graham, who have all been boosted to superstardom after their appearances in the magazine’s special issue. Sampaio grew up in a small fishing village in northern Brazil. The model admits that being trans is challenging in that part of the world. “Brazil is a beautiful country, but it also hosts the highest number of violent crimes and murders against the trans community in the world—three times that of the U.S.,” the...
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