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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...
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    Model Leyna Bloom this week became the first transgender woman of color to grace the pages of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.  Bloom, who grew up on the South Side of Chicago, follows in the footsteps of Valentina Sampaio, who last year became the first transgender model to appear in the Swimsuit Issue. Bloom is the latest rookie to join the magazine's ranks.  "This is what it looks like to be in full bloom," the model, actress, dancer and activist wrote on Instagram, along with a photo of herself from the issue. "My spirit has reached new levels. This moment is bigger than my wildest infinite dreams. In this moment, I am a representation of all the communities I grew from, and all the communities I'm planting seeds in." View this post on Instagram A post shared by Leyna Bloom (@leynabloom) "Before my feet even touched the sand, you all wanted to celebrate the temple of my body and the deepest part of my spiritual universe," she added, thanking the Sports Illustrated team. "Your kindness has given me so much...
    More On: tinashe Lana del Rey called out by Kehlani, Tinashe for posting looting footage Tinashe debuts new music Mario denies romance with ‘Rent’ co-star Tinashe Tinashe swears off NBA stars after Ben Simmons cheats with Kendall Jenner Tinashe is smoking hot. The “Bouncin'” singer, 28, is one of many stunning women featured in the 2021 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, on sale July 22. She posed on a beautiful beach wearing a slew of sexy swimsuits, including a black latex one-piece with mesh sleeves by Yandy. The “Rent” actress also modeled a gold lamé Lisa Marie Fernandez bikini ($275), a plunging D.Bleu.Dazzled one-piece ($350), a thong bikini by Lace by Tanaya featuring strings of rhinestones and more during her shoot. “I feel like I manifested this because I’ve wanted to be in the swim edition since I was a teenager!!,” Tinashe shared on Instagram Monday, adding, “pretty cool to be the first independent music artist in the magazine and also the first woman with braids.” She also marked the moment on Twitter, writing, “I told my mom when I...
    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...
    Leyna Bloom has become the first transgender cover star for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. The 27-year-old model and actress made her Sports Illustrated debut on Monday, calling the cover a "powerful" moment that she dedicated to the ballroom queens of past, present and future.  "This moment heals a lot of pain in the world," Bloom said Monday in an Instagram post. "We deserve this moment; we have waited millions of years to show up as survivors and be seen as full humans filled with wonder." "I have dreamt a million beautiful dreams, but for girls like me, most dreams are just fanciful hopes in a world that often erases and omits our history and even existence. This moment is so powerful because it allows me to live forever even after my physical form is gone. Not a lot of people get to live in the future, so at this moment, I'm proudly choosing to live forever." Bloom also took to Twitter on Monday to celebrate being one of the three black women on the 2021 cover.     ...
    Real hot girl swim. On Monday, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit revealed Megan Thee Stallion as one of three cover stars of its 2021 issue. The "Savage" hitmaker, 26, is the first rapper and only the second musical artist to ever front the iconic magazine, following Beyoncé in 2007. SI SWIMSUIT MODEL KATRINA SCOTT SAYS ROOKIE TITLE IS ‘A BLESSING’ AFTER 'STRUGGLING WITH A FERTILITY JOURNEY" Fittingly, Megan sizzles in a zippered nude bikini($39.99) from her new Fashion Nova swimwear collection on the cover. "Thee first female rapper on the cover of @si_swimsuit  Earlier this month, Page Six exclusively reported that the "Thot S—t" hitmaker would grace the hallowed cover. "She’s the biggest star [right now], so it’s a no-brainer and they love surprises," our source said at the time. "I was the little girl who was looking at Sports Illustrated like, ‘One day, this is gonna be me.’ And I manifested it. I wanted to do it and now I’m here," Megan said in a behind-the-scenes video from her shoot. SI SWIMSUIT MODEL BROOKS NADER ROCKS ANOTHER SHEET ‘EPIC DRESS’ FOR MIAMI RUNWAY...
    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...
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    As if Megan Thee Stallion needed more proof that she’s a savage. A source told Page Six the "Hot Girl Summer" rapper is poised to be one of the next cover girls for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue this year. "She’s the biggest star [right now], so it’s a no-brainer and they love surprises," the source said. While it’s unusual for musicians to grace the cover rather than models, she wouldn’t be the first. Beyoncé has also appeared on the front of the famed issue. SI SWIMSUIT MODEL JASMINE SANDERS ON HER FAVORITE WORKOUT ROUTINES, EMBRACING HER CURVES: ‘IT’S FOR ME’ Megan Thee Stallion, winner of the awards for best rap song and best rap performance for "Savage Remix" and best new artist poses in the press room at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Sunday, March 14, 2021. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP) The magazine has been teasing its inside-the-book lineup all year. It will make some history by featuring models like its first transgender model of color, Leyna Bloom, and...
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    Valentina Sampaio is making history as the first transgender model to appear in Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue. Sampaio, who was also named a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit rookie on Friday, said in a personal essay she is excited and honored to be part of the iconic 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," Sampaio, 23, wrote. Sampaio said she was "born trans in a remote, humble fishing village in northern Brazil." According to the Trans Murder Monitoring project, 130 trans people were murdered in Brazil last year – more than any other country. View this post on Instagram “I feel strong, and I feel inspired to fight, not just for me but for everyone that I represent.” -Valentina Sampaio Our Instagram channel is a platform for inspiration, inclusivity and support. SI Swimsuit will not tolerate any hateful or offensive comments. Those who violate these terms will be deleted, blocked & reported. A post shared by Sports Illustrated Swimsuit (@si_swimsuit) on Jul 10,...
    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...
    Embracing diversity was no fad for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and ahead of the 2021 launch of the magazine, they're welcoming back the first-ever Filipino model to pose in its pages.  The SI Swimsuit Issue hits newsstands in July, but the publications' Instagram account is already offering a sneak peak at some of its sexiest photoshoots.  This morning, they shared new images of Filipino-American stunner Kelsey Merritt, 24, who in 2019 became the first woman from the Philippines to grace the inside of iconic issue. Unveiled: The SI Swimsuit Issue shared new images of Filipino-American stunner Kelsey Merritt, 24 First! In 2019, she became the first woman from the Phillippines to grace the inside of iconic issue Start: Kelsey, who was born in Pampanga, Philippines, graduated from Ateneo de Manila University Getting big: She racked up commercials in her home country before moving to New York City and signing with Wilhelmina Wow! She walked in the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in 2018 as the brand's first Filipino-American model — which happened to be her very first runway show, too Kelsey, who...
    Corporate media is lauding Leyna Bloom, the first black and Asian transgender to model in Sports Illustrated’s annual Swimsuit Issue. “Leyna is legendary in the world of activism, strikingly gorgeous, and has an undeniable sense of self that shines through the minute she walks on set” MJ Day, editor at Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, wrote in an Instagram caption. “Her story represents one grounded in resilience and we couldn’t be more thrilled to help her tell it,” Day continued. “Her presence as the first trans woman of color to be in our issue is a result of her lifetime dedication to forging her own path that has led to acceptance, love and change.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Sports Illustrated Swimsuit (@si_swimsuit) “She represents every person’s right to love themselves and be who they want to be,” Day added. “We are honored to have her in this year’s issue and understand the effect it will have on so many others. She joins our team, not because of what she represents but because of her beauty, commitment and...
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